Members of the Exeter & Heart of Devon Hotels & Restaurants Association raised a whopping £800 for Hospitality Action at this year’s annual dinner held at Mercure Southgate Hotel on Monday 4th March. Hotel Director of The Pig at Combe, Fiona Moores, is also raising funds for Hospitality Action by taking part in a spectacular cycle race later this year. The celebratory evening kicked off … Continue reading Exeter & Heart of Devon Hotels & Restaurants Association raise £800 for charity in one evening at their annual dinner!
Padstow’s Open Sticky Toffee Pud Comp – takes place on the 6th October 2018 at the Old Ship Hotel Padstow in aid of the RNLI. Think you can make the best ever Sticky Toffee Pudding? Or do your family and friends tell you that yours tastes really good? If the answer is yes, then why not enter the Sticky Toffee Pudding Competition and have an … Continue reading Why not enter the Sticky Toffee Pudding Competition! In aid of Padstow Lifeboat
Members of the Exeter & Heart of Devon Hotels & Restaurants Association raised over £1,500.00 for Hospitality Action at this year’s annual dinner held at the Deer Park Country House Hotel on Monday 5th March. The funds have been allocated to local heroes taking part in Le Tour de Cuisine 2018, The Cotswold Cycle Challenge on Monday 4th June 2018. Following a luxury four course … Continue reading Exeter & Heart of Devon Hotels & Restaurants Association raise over £1,500 for charity in one evening!!
In a fairly unassuming green building, set back from Market Street in Newton Abbot, is a restaurant with the same name serving surprisingly tasty fayre. Market Street is a social enterprise; belonging to Young Devon, this restaurant is a base for providing a yearly opportunity to hospitality apprentices, particularly from disadvantaged backgrounds wth all ‘profits’ being ploughed back into the business. The website states: Our … Continue reading Market Street, Newton Abbot – by Lauren Heath
Eversfield Organic, a family run organic farm based on the outskirts of Dartmoor, has joined forces with children’s charity, Farms for City Children. The partnership aims to raise funds to enable more children from cities and disadvantaged backgrounds across the UK to experience a week of muck and magic on the charity’s working farm. Farms for City Children was founded by children’s author, Michael Morpurgo … Continue reading Devon Farm Launches Kids’ Bangers in Support of Farms for City Children
Heatwave Quadruples Princesshay Honey Harvest The exceptionally hot weather in June has resulted in Princesshay’s bees producing a bumper batch of honey. The beekeepers at Princesshay are expecting 400lbs of honey, 4 times more than in previous years, which will be sold exclusively at Chandos Deli in Princesshay in aid of Children’s Hospice South West. Princesshay Beekeeper Jason Wallis, said: “This is our fourth honey … Continue reading Bumper Honey Harvest for Princesshay
Recently the wonderfully charming Andy Cooper, Editor of Devon Life magazine, lost his darling Zena warrior princess to that awful disease Cancer. Obviously nothing can bring her back or heal the wound fully but as in life one must find the good within the bad. So apart from deciding to run the Taunton half marathon in her honour to raise funds towards his chosen charities, … Continue reading Foodie Fundraising Feast by Lauren Heath