Each Friday night in October and November will see The King’s Head Inn serve up delicious fish suppers including local beer-battered cod and double cooked chips and just landed catch-of-the day specials with a £1 donation (50p children’s meals) going directly to the charity which saves lives at sea.
The Inn Collection Group’s operations manager Chris Moor said: “Fish and chips are a national institution and one of our best-selling dishes. If ever you needed a reason to tuck into some cracking fish and chips, the RNLI Fish Supper Nights are a very worthy one.
“The King’s Head Inn is close to Yorkshire’s amazing coastline with Staithes and Whitby close by. We see all too often the fantastic work that the volunteer lifeboat crews do to save lives at sea. We are delighted to be supporting the RNLI and hope people will join us to enjoy a fish supper for a cause.
“Last year The King’s Head Inn and our sister The Inn Collection Group pubs raised over £1,000 for the RNLI via its Fish Suppers. Together we are hoping to scale up our fundraising to net an even greater amount for the campaign which honours lifeboat crew members who miss meal times and special occasions with loved ones to save lives at sea.”
Events like Fish Supper raise vital funds for the RNLI’s lifesaving work. Last year, the charity’s increasingly busy volunteer lifeboat crew and lifeguards aided 41,619 people and saved 329 lives.
Ian Clayton, operations manager at Seahouses lifeboat said: “Our volunteer crews are ready to drop everything – even their supper – at a moment’s notice to go to the rescue of people in trouble on the water. The money raised by The Inn Collection Group’s Fish Supper evenings will support all aspects of the RNLI’s lifesaving work and could help buy kit for our crew members or fuel for one of our lifeboats.”
Our vouchers make the ideal gift for all occasions and are valid at The King’s Head Inn or any other Inn Collection Group inn.
Vouchers are available upon request in denominations of £10, £20 and £50. Terms and conditions apply.