Sorry, I can't give you a weekly meal plan, but I do get all my meat, fish, fruit & veg from my local market. It saves us at least 30-40% on supermarket prices - eg 1kg fresh salmon £5, 9 chicken breast fillets (very decent size) £6, 36 large eggs £2.00 that kind of thing. It might be worth checking out your nearest local market & shopping around for stuff.
If you look under the archived posts there was one really excellent thread which I printed off as I plan to use in a couple of months. There were loads of ideas and one poster (I think it was prufrock?) had some brilliant ideas.
We spend btw £40 - £50 a week on shopping at Asda. What we get varies but here's this week:
Monday - roast chicken (you can get 2 frozen ones for a fiver)
Tuesday - leftover chicken with pasta, sweetcorn, broccoli and mayonnaise
Wednesday - spagbetti bolognaise
Thursday - stuffed pasta with sauce and broccoli (or any other veg)
Friday - turkey curry (we buy frozen turkey breasts when they are on special offer) with uncle Ben's curry sauce jar or similar
Saturday - tuna pasta with sweetcorn and mayo
Sunday - either roast another chicken or have stuffed pasta or curry again
we also always have in the fridge fish fingers or battered cod so we can have it with mash and beans on a night when we haven't got anything in. We always have baked beans, pasta, potaotes, tinned tuna and tinned sweetcorn in so we always have a meal available
Friday night - pizza (from supermarket)
Saturday - nearly always at grandparents - free meal!!
Sunday - Sausage and mash with carrots/leeks
Monday - smoked fish and rice + tomato/leeks/mushrooms
Tuesday - lentil sauce and rice (make loads and freeze for kids!)
Wednesday - chicken casserole + rice
Thursday - lamb chops + chips (fishfingers for kids!)
That's about it! Any kind of casserole/sauce we make we freeze some aswell so there's always something in for the kids' lunches/tea. We love rice which is why it features so heavily! It's tons cheaper to plan a week's food like this and just buy the ingredients for the meals - we always buy organic/free range meat which is more expensive, but planning meals means we can afford it, and some weeks we have the lentil sauce meal twice and save on the meat!! Or breaded fish instead of smoked - cheaper..!
here's a week's worth of meals at ours:
MON - spag bol (from freezer - usually make about 4 meals' worth in one go)
TUE- salad, tuna, new potatoes
WED - tagliatelle with smoked salmon capers, creme fraiche, dill (mnet recipe!- offcuts for about £150-£2, make lovely sarnies for lunch with the rest...
THU - risotto with bacon and onions
FRI - roast chicken with ratatouille
SAT - chicken with ratatouille again, or other dish with leftover chicken
SUN - chilli con carne from freezer