Free roast dinners to thank cancer nurses for their dedicated work

A pub is offering Lytham St Annes Macmillan nurses a free roast dinner to thank them for their hard work.

Thursday, 12th May 2016, 1:05 pm
Updated Thursday, 12th May 2016, 2:06 pm
Jennifer Whittingham, general manager of the Town House pub

The Town House, along with other pubs around the country owned by its parent company Greene King, is inviting all Macmillan nurses to enjoy the treat every Sunday this month – which includes International Nurses’ Day today – as part of the pub’s Macmillan May fund-raising drive.

To claim the meal, Macmillan nurses and professionals simply need to present Macmillan identification when placing an order.

Jennifer Whittingham, general manager at the Town House in St Annes Square, said: “Macmillan nurses work tirelessly to support people with cancer, and their care makes such a difference in the local community. May is a key month for nurses, both in the UK and internationally, so we decided to mark our Macmillan May fund-raising drive and celebrate their hard work.

“We’re proud to support Macmillan and want to reward them, so we hope they enjoy our offer of a delicious free roast every Sunday throughout May!”

Macmillan is again the pub company’s chosen charity after raising more than £2 million in the last three years, and the meal offer is one of a number of activities this year to support the charity.

Rachel Gascoigne, partnership manager at Macmillan Cancer Support, said: “This is a truly lovely gesture and is a brilliant way to kick off our fourth year as Greene King’s chosen partners.”

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