Saturday 7th of September 2019 09:47:07 PM
Author: Linda Cutler
Just to let everyone know that The Surfin’ Frog will be closed from Monday 16th September. We will reopen for lunch on Thursday 26th September. We will be back with some new menu choices, alongside the regular ones, so keep watching.
Thank you to all our customers for your custom so far and we look forward to welcoming you back here.
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