Our breakfast customers with hearty appetites have served up a heartfelt boost for Pendleside Hospice at Reedley.
We’ve presented the hospice on Colne Road with a donation of £1,000 thanks to our hungry customers at the 1955 Kitchen & Bar at the Prairie Sports Village.
For every Pendleside Hospice full English breakfast we’ve sold, £1 has been donated to the hospice, which is a registered charity. And we’ve reached the milestone donation in just over six months.
Mark Dempsey, Head of Culture and Hospitality for Burnley Leisure and Culture (BLC), which runs Prairie Sports Village says: “Pendleside Hospice is close to many people’s hearts in Lancashire and even closer in geographical location to Prairie Sports Village as the two sites back onto each other.
“So many charities struggled during the pandemic to raise vital funds we wanted to give Pendleside Hospice a regular donation to help support their vital services.”
Our 1955 Kitchen & Bar offers three Pendleside breakfasts – regular, large and a vegan option.
The £9.95 large breakfast is aimed at those with a particularly hearty appetite. It consists of two butchers’ sausages, two rashers of smoked back bacon, two eggs, black pudding, mushrooms, grilled tomato, potato rosti, baked beans, two slices of toast and a hot drink!
The cheque was presented to Sammi Graham, Head of Marketing & Events at Pendleside Hospice by our hospitality team at the 1955 Kitchen & Bar.
We are now gearing up for the festive season. We’ll be serving festive lunches Monday to Friday between Monday 29th November and Friday 17th December.
And Santa will be in his grotto, and is being joined by a host of elves from the Burnley Pantomime Society, for festive family afternoon teas on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday 19th-21st December.
Bookings can be made by contacting the Mechanics Box Office at 01282 477201.