Try some Kentish Pip Cider at tasting evening in aid of Hospices of Hope at The Bull in Otford
HOSPICES of Hope is holding its first cider tasting evening in Otford to raise funds for hospice care in southeast Europe. The charity has teamed up with Kentish Pip Ciders and The Bull in Otford for the event on Wednesday 17 July.
There will be the chance to try at least six different ciders and to take part in a very lighthearted cider based quiz. Tickets cost £15 per person and include sharing platters and a soft drink. Tickets can be booked through the charity’s website: www.hospicesofhope.co.uk
Kentish Pip is based at Woolton Farm, near Canterbury where the Mount Family has been growing apples for four generations. Using the wide range of apple varieties available, Kentish Pip creates a ‘wonderful fruity Kentish cider with plenty of depth and interest’.
The cider tasting is on Wednesday 17 July from 7pm to 9.30pm at The Bull in High Street, Otford, TN14 5PG.
Hospices of Hope is a registered charity based in Otford, Kent. It was founded by Tunbridge Wells resident, Graham Perolls CMG, OBE. Graham established the Ellenor Hospice in Dartford. He then visited a cancer hospital in Romania in the late 1980’s and was shocked by the conditions he witnessed there. He decided to use his expertise gained with the Ellenor to make a difference in Romania and surrounding countries.
Through country partners Hospices of Hope offers hospice services in Romania, Albania, Serbia and Moldova and is looking to expand those services into other countries in the region. As well as providing services HOH also trains medical professionals in hospice care techniques.
For further information please contact: Sam.Barnett@hospicesofhope.co.uk or call 01959 525110