Popular music and food festival Pub in the Park has announced a partnership with Bath Foodbank, aimed at raising funds to help the charity support the local community.
Against the backdrop of the current cost-of-living crisis, Pub in the Park is seeking to make a difference by supporting the vulnerable members of society who are struggling to put food on their tables.
This year, Pub in the Park will launch a donate-a-dish scheme, which will feature on every restaurant menu at the event.
The dish will be priced at £3 and will serve as a way to donate to the local foodbank.
It’s not a physical meal but a means of paying it forward and contributing to the welfare of those in need.
The initiative is not only aimed at raising funds but also at raising awareness about the vital work that food banks do for the community.
Pub in the Park’s scheme will help the charity in its mission to tackle hunger and poverty in the area.
The initiative is part of the organisation’s efforts to become more involved in the community and to support those who need it most.
Tom Kerridge, Michelin-star chef and Founder of Pub in the Park, said: “We’re all about food here at Pub in the Park and we want to do everything we can to support families who are struggling to put food on the table.
“Giving back to the local communities in each town that we visit is so important to us, and an essential part of the festival this year and beyond.”
Miranda Martin, MD at Pub in the Park said: “It is more important now than ever to spotlight charities supporting our local communities and combating the current cost of living crisis.
“Food has always been at the heart of what we do, and during these challenging times we hope that we can use our network to raise awareness, much-needed funds, and give back to the local community in each town we visit.”
Pub in the Park will be visiting Bath from 16th – 18th June, and tickets are available here.