Scouse back on the menu with
IN March, supporters of the Royal
Liverpool Hospital's R Charity will be dusting off their tried and trusted scouse recipes once again, to celebrate Merseyside's favourite comfort dish.
The 2nd annual Scouse at R House event from R Charity encourages Merseyside
residents to don their aprons and host a party to celebrate all things scouse.
The charity, who raise money to provide the very best treatment and comfort for
patients in the new Royal Hospital, are calling for local businesses, pubs,
community centres or individual fundraisers to get their friends together for an
evening to celebrate our great City.
As part of their scouse celebration, R Charity have called in the help of top
local chefs Dave Critchley of the London Carriage Works and Paul Fuller from
Mister Miyagi's to provide their own tried and trusted recipes for others to
cook for themselves.
Aimee Clare, senior community fundraiser for R Charity, is hoping as many scousers as possible sign up to take part in March 2017.
She said:- "Our Appeal aims to raise ?10million to provide patients with
stroke, breast cancer and other serious illnesses, with the best and most
effective treatments in a comfortable setting.
The Royal is a place that every person on Merseyside will have been to or been
treated in and this is why we want you to help support us to give the very best
care that we can to fellow scousers.
Scouse at R House events don't have to focus around the scouse food dish;
parties can celebrate everything and anything that makes this City great. So dig
out your old Merseybeat records, or your old Everton and Liverpool scarfs out
the loft and let's have some fun!"
R Charity's Scouse at R House fundraising packs are filled with fun ideas and
games to help make your scouse themes night a special 1, including a
'Scouse Nous' quiz by BBC Radio Merseyside's Tony Snell.
To pick up your free pack email:-