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IT’S good to share, says trendy city eaterie The Wick at Both Ends.

The bar has made its menu entirely Wick & Mix, £3 to £7.50 dishes designed to be ordered in multitude and shared.

New tastes include Meggsican Toast and Rare Beef Salad with wasabi dressing, plus several vegan dishes, says head chef Alex Malin.

DONCASTER’S Mansion House is the setting for an old-fashioned Easter cookery session.

Grandma Abson’s Easter Bake will take place in the Great Kitchen on Tuesday, April 3, at 11.30am.

Sprotbrough’s Meryl White, who converted her grandmother Lizzie Abson’s recipes from her days in service into a popular tome, will be demonstrating how to make traditional treats.

The cookery session, with tea and cake, costs £9,95, or £14.95 with a copy of Meryl’s book.

Contact Paul Marelli, Keeper of The Mansion House, on 01302 734032/ paul.marelli@doncaster.gov.uk to book.

SUNNY-SIDE up... Sheffield charity Amy’s House is to benefit from a day of free breakfasts at Frankie and Benny diners throughout South Yorkshire.

This Saturday, breakfasters can give a donation to the charity instead of paying their bill.

Bookings are recommended.

TIGHTENING your budget, not your belt?

Millhouses restaurant Marco@Milanos has devised a nightly changing, fixed-price menu at £17.50 for two courses and £23.50 for three, Tuesday to Friday.

Plus it’s BYO wine Tuesday to Thursday.