A charity dinner hosted by Bouchon Bistrot in Hexham has raised £466 for Tynedale Hospice at Home.

The special event, which took place on Wednesday, 4 July was attended by 61 people and included a special three course meal devised especially for the fundraising evening.

 

Owner of Bouchon Bistrot, Gregory Bureau said: “We wanted to do something to support Tynedale Hospice at Home as it’s a wonderful local cause and does so much good work in the community. The event was great fun and I was delighted to see such a good turnout on the night.  I would like to say a huge thanks to everyone who booked a table and supported the event.”

 

Cathy Bates, senior community fundraiser, at Tynedale Hospice at Home, said: “Bouchon Bistrot is a really special restaurant and Greg and his team did a fantastic job on the night, creating a special menu for everyone who attended. The service and food was excellent and the amount raised will make a huge difference to the people who need our services.”

Tynedale Hospice at Home provides palliative nursing care to people in their own homes, pre and post bereavement support through its Family Support Services and a Hospital Transport Service to people living in Tynedale, West Northumberland, Ponteland and the surrounding areas.