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McDonald's breakfast to end later in Aylesford, Maidstone, Sevenoaks, Sheerness, Sittingbourne, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells

By Luke May

Good news for late risers with a hankering for fast food.

McDonald's has extended its breakfast until 11am at more than a dozen restaurants around west Kent, Sittingbourne and the Isle of Sheppey.

It's more good news for people seeking a lie in - after a Kings Hill reverend announced he was offering Sunday afternoon church services to tackle effects of "the night out the day before."

McDonald's is extending its breakfast hours at more than 100 franchises
McDonald's is extending its breakfast hours at more than 100 franchises

McDonald's has added 115 restaurants to its trial of ending breakfast 30 minutes later.

As well as town centre and High Street branches, service station franchises are also involved in the trial.

The fast-food giant recommends McDelivery customers order before 10.45am.

Maidstone franchise owner Ali El Hajj said: "It's all going very well so far. Sunday was very busy.

"We used to have people asking us to keep breakfast open until 11am, now we have that they're a bit happier.

"It means customers have a bit more time to stroll in and get what the want.

"It's still only a trial but I think it's been very positive, hopefully it will become permanent."

Here is the full list of McDonald's in west Kent, Sheerness and Sittingbourne to have their breakfast extended:

  • Maidstone, Week Street
  • Tonbridge - High Street
  • Chequers (The Mall Shopping Centre)
  • Tunbridge Wells Two
  • Tunbridge Wells Three
  • Sevenoaks
  • Bobbing - Sheppey Way
  • Isle Of Sheppey
  • Sittingbourne Two
  • Maidstone Services
  • Minster Services
  • Maidstone - Broadway
  • Aylesford
  • Tonbridge - Cannon Lane

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