An online takeaway company is celebrating Halloween by offering free food to people brave enough to collect their order at a graveyard or cemetery, which was launched in 2006 following a successful appearance on the hit BBC show Dragon’s Den, has introduced a new scheme which will see all sorts of take-out food being delivered to creepy burial grounds across Britain between the 6pm and midnight.

The scheme was launched following a recent survey of the strangest places people had ordered takeaways to over the past twelve months, which included a graveyard in north London, a slimming organisation in Nottingham and London’s famous Ritz hotel .

Graeme Horne, marketing manager for, said: “With, our aim is to make ordering takeaway food quick, simple and fun!”

“For every order we get that includes the word ‘graveyard’ in the order comments box delivered to graveyards or cemeteries across the UK, we will reimburse the cost of the takeaway to ensure that hungry frightseekers are at least well fed!”

All people have to do to enjoy a free, spooky Halloween take-out is check that the graveyard or cemetery address they intend to order to is covered by restaurants . This can be done by searching the postcode on the company’s homepage.