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Diners ‘chip’ in for charity

 
Created on 18/10/2021 @ 11:38


Generous hearted hotel guests and diners at The Royal Oak have helped The Coaching Inn Group make a sizeable donation to the industry charity by purchasing ‘invisible chips’.

The ‘chips’ were added to the menus of all 18 hotels and inns in market towns across the country and diners were invited to purchase a charity portion.

That was a year ago, and since then around 4,000 invisible portions were ordered but never served and now Hospitality Action is receiving a cheque for £8,000.

This national charity offers help, advice and support when times get tough to anyone working in the wide-ranging hospitality sector from hotel personnel through to restaurants, pubs, bars, cafes, schools, hospitals or event venues.

Coaching Inn Group CEO Kevin Charity said: “I am delighted at the generous response from diners and the Invisible Chips will remain a fixture on the menu for the foreseeable future.”

PICTURE (by Phil Blagg Photography): Chris Birdsell-Jones from the Royal Oak and his invisible chips. 



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