A Barnsley chippy is serving up 99p portions - to celebrate Norway Day.
Woody’s on Castle Close, Monk Bretton, is one of just six shops in Yorkshire chosen for a special project by the Norwegian Seafood Council this Saturday May 17.
The council has donated 16 tonnes of fish to 99 shops in the UK for the event, which commemorates 200 years of the Norwegian constitution.
David Wood, owner of Woody’s, which has four outlets, said: “We are so pleased to be taking part in this annual celebration.
“Fish and chips are a firm favourite in Barnsley.
“I know that our customers will enjoy the delicious Norwegian cod and chips on offer - and they will certainly enjoy the prices too.”
Jack-Robert Møller, UK director, said: “We are so pleased that due to the abundance of sustainable cod in Norway, that we are able to give the gift of this fish to the people of South Yorkshire in celebration of our historic Norway Day.”