St Albans city-centre restaurant serves charity treat

PUBLISHED: 11:49 15 February 2010 | UPDATED: 14:53 06 May 2010

A CITY-centre restaurant raised over £600 pounds for Grove House Hospice last Thursday when it hosted a fundraising evening. A champagne reception greeted guests to Café Rouge in Holywell Hill who were then able to take part in a prize raffle draw while b

A CITY-centre restaurant raised over £600 pounds for Grove House Hospice last Thursday when it hosted a fundraising evening.

A champagne reception greeted guests to Café Rouge in Holywell Hill who were then able to take part in a prize raffle draw while being wined and dined.

Nick Cordery, manager of Café Rouge, said: "Every pound raised for Grove House Hospice makes a real difference to the great work they do.


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