It’s the second half of Come Dine for SmartMove and businesses with a conscience are backing the culinary come charitable campaign.
Socially conscious proprietors (see below) are participating in the campaign to support the local charity that provides accommodation and services for homeless and vulnerably housed families and individuals in Calderdale.
After the successful first serving of the month-long campaign in which residents were asked to host a Come Dine for SmartMove dinner party, the second serving will focus on dining out at participating restaurants across Calderdale.
We’ve asked restaurants, pubs and cafes to back the Dine out for SmartMove initiative by donating £1 for every dining party seated between October 26 - November 10.
Harveys will donate £1 for every roast beef dinner sold.
Michael Ricci of Ricci’s Place, Halifax, said: “We try our best to do what we can for local charities in our town. If everyone had that approach then the world would be a better place.”
SmartMove chief executive Stuart Rumney said: “We’re really pleased with the amazing support we’ve had from the local community so far. So many people have held dinner parties and pledged their support to SmartMove, and each day more and more pubs and restaurants are getting on board for the second part of Come Dine For SmartMove.”
It’s not too late for eateries to join the Come Dine Out for SmartMove campaign - you would be very much welcomed. Please contact Danielle on 01422375034 for more information.
Participating restaurants include:
22 The Square, Northowram
Design House, Halifax
Greens Vegetarian Cafe, Hebden Bridge
The Hinchliffe Arms, Cragg Vale
Il Mulino, Hebden Bridge
La Tavas, Sowerby Bridge
The Lounge Cafe, Halifax
Mamma Napoli, Hipperholme
The Old Bridge Inn, Ripponden
Old Gate, Hebden Bridge
The Olive Branch, Hebden Bridge
Ricci’s Place, Halifax
The Staff of Life Inn, Todmorden
The Stubbing Wharf, Hebden Bridge
The Sun Inn, Lightcliffe
Sultan Mahal, Halifax
The Works, Sowerby Bridge
Ziggy’s Spice House, Halifax