LUNNA House is hosting a charity lunch and dinner next Sunday (15 Nov) in aid of the RNLI, MacMillan nurses and Clan Cancer Support.
Owners Tony and Helen Erwood, with support from neighbours and friends, have come up with a mouth-watering fish and vegetarian menu.
Their ‘pop-up’ fish restaurant is organised in association with fishmonger Dave Parham whose Hand Made Fish Company is providing the best quality fish.
Every adult diners will be offered a free glass of wine with their meal donated by regular visitors to Lunna House, Michael and Judith Bilton, from Hampshire.
There is no charge for the meal but diners are asked to make a generous donation towards the three selected charities.
Lunch will be served between 12 and 2pm and dinner between 6.30 and 9pm.
As space is limited, booking is essential and can be made by either phoning Lunna House on 01806 577311 or 01806 242851 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen Erwood said: “If the event is a success, we may do this again in the New Year.”
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