Cornwall hotel, The Headland raises £1,000 for Hospitality Action

Cornwall hotel, The Headland raises £1,000 for Hospitality Action
Executive chef Christopher Archambault serving tacos at The Headland
19/07/2019 - 05:00
The Headland in Newquay, Cornwall has raised £1,000 for Hospitality Action, a charity that supports hospitality workers who experience adversity.

Executive chef Christopher Archambault ‘cooked up a feast’ of Mexican tacos at Hospitality Action’s Social Sunday, hosted on 7 July. The event unites the UK’s hospitality community to help transform lives of its workers. 

Darryl Redburn, managing director at The Headland, said:  “We are pleased to have raised £1,000 for Hospitality Action, a charity which does so much to support those working in our industry.

“Working in the hospitality industry comes with its own pressures, and can often be physically demanding and require long hours. It’s important to have a day to celebrate our peers, and to support those who are struggling with these challenges.”

100 Visitors were entertained by live music from local DJ Tim Coleman, along with garden games, food and children’s entertainment. Additional refreshments were provided by Cornish Tea and Cornish Coffee, Kernow Sausage Company, St Austell Brewery and Callestick Cornish ice cream.

Redburn added: “At The Headland, we take the welfare of our staff very seriously and promote a healthy work-life balance. However, hardship can affect anyone and it is reassuring to have charities such as Hospitality Action providing additional support.”

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