Canalside Farm near Stafford, have announced that they will be holding a ‘Murder Mystery’ evening on the 13th April, in aid of local charity Katharine House Hospice. The event will start at 7pm, with the profits from each ticket being donated to the charity.
Whilst trying to figure out ‘who done it’, guests will be served a main course and dessert, made with locally sourced produce, including fresh fruit and vegetables straight from the Farm and meat from their butchery counter.
Chris and Wendy Barton, owners of Canalside Farm said:
“We very rarely open the Café in the evening, but when presented with this opportunity we were more than delighted to help. We are always looking for ways in which we can support local charities and Katharine House is one that is very close to our hearts and is only a few miles away.”
The charity, which has been running for over 25 years, provides free hospice care for people faced with an illness that cannot be cured. The aim of the charity is to enable patients and those close to them, to live life as fully as possible and make the most of the time that they have left.
The Hospice is situated in the grounds of Stafford General Hospital but is independent from the hospital and relies heavily on donations for the £2.9 million needed to run the hospice each year.
Canalside Farm Shop and Café is situated just off the A51, between Stone and Rugeley
If you would like to attend the event and help raise money for this worthwhile cause, tickets cost just £18 per person, which includes a 2 course supper. Tickets must be pre-booked in advance via their website www.canalsidefarm.co.uk
If you would like more information about the charity please log onto their website www.khhospice.org.uk