A big thank you to everyone who attended the special #CharityBrunch on Saturday 19 October at The Free Press. We were very pleased to see lots of food fans there tucking into the tasty breakfast-themed menu and we raised an awesome £120 for the local homelessness charity Wintercomfort. That’s 60 cooked breakfasts for homeless or vulnerably housed people in our city! Finally, a massive thank you to Steak & Honour, Craig from The Free Press and Miss Igs for getting involved and helping make the event such a delicious success. This scrumptious photo by Andreas Beck sums up the day rather nicely…
After announcing the dates for next year’s Eat Cambridge festival of local food and drink we haven’t wasted any time and we’re kicking off our planning period with a fantastic foodie #CharityBrunch in aid of the Wintercomfort charity in Cambridge. To raise money and awareness of the local charity’s incredible work to support homeless and vulnerably housed people in Cambridge, we’re joining Wintercomfort’s “Wake Up” campaign and holding our very own breakfast-themed event on Saturday 19 October 2013, from 10am.
We’ve kept you waiting – hopefully our tweets have whet your appetite for something rather special – but the time has finally come to share details of the Eat Cambridge #CharityBrunch…
When? Saturday 19 October 2013, 10am onwards.
Where? The Free Press Pub, Prospect Row
How much? We’ve released a limited number of tickets at £12.50 per person, available NOW from The Free Press or by calling us on 07967566730. Reserve yours as soon as possible before they sell out!
What are we eating? Your ticket will entitle you to The Free Press Pub’s famous Bloody Mary (the recipe is a closely guarded secret), the opportunity to sample Steak and Honour‘s debut Breakfast Burger (brunch, street food style!), sweet treats lovingly crafted by local baker Miss Igs, and other little surprises!
Every ticket will include a donation to Wintercomfort.
See you there!
The Eat Cambridge Team