Little Chefs opening doors for ‘indoor street festivals’

Little Chef branches in Northamptonshire are offering charities an opportunity to raise money

Little Chef branches in Northamptonshire are offering charities an opportunity to raise money

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Two branches of Little Chef in Northamptonshire are celebrating 55 years of roadside dining by throwing open their doors to charities and organisations which want to raise money and their profiles.

The firm is 55-years-old next month and is inviting organisations to be included in an indoor street festival.

Little Chef branches in Thrapston (A14/A605) and Towcester (A43 East) are taking part.

Applications will need to be with the Managers by November 25 for consideration, and they can include anything from a choral recital, a home-made cake sale, a record-breaking attempt, or even a charity car wash service.

If successful, the organisation will be able to participate in the Little Chef Indoor Street Festival which is being held over the weekend of December 7 and 8.

Rob Burns, marketing executive at Little Chef, said: “In the great tradition of the Street Festival, we want local people to feel that this is something that they want to get involved with, that will directly benefit those living and working around Northamptonshire.”

Applications should be sent to:

Mel Thompson, manager, Little Chef, A14/A605, Thrapston. NN14 4UR. Telephone: 01832 735016

Carl Nightingale, manager, Little Chef, A43 East, Towcester, NN12 6TQ. Telephone: 01327 359044