ARE you a lady who does lunch?
If so, RSPCA Sheffield Branch would like to hear from you.
The branch is holding its annual charity lunch on Tuesday, October 16, at Baldwin’s Omega when guests will be given a meal, an entertaining talk from a food expert and the chance to do some exclusive shopping at a range of stalls.
Speaking at the event will be foodie Janine Lishman-Peat, who will be talking about ‘A Life in Food’.
Janine has won a string of awards including becoming a finalist on BBC Masterchef, winning Best Roast Beef in England and Yorkshire Chef of the Year.
Chairman and Honorary Trustee for the RSPCA Sheffield Branch Kathryn Whitlam said: “Our annual Ladies’ Luncheon is a fantastic event at which we can all sit down together, meet new friends and old friends, enjoy a fabulous lunch and at the same time raise vital funds for our charity.
“It promises to be a wonderful time where people can enjoy themselves and even do a bit of early Christmas shopping as there will be a range of quality stalls with products such as hand-made chocolates, jewellery and handbags.
“We will also be having an exciting raffle with some great prizes.”
Kathryn added: ‘This event will go some way to raising some funds for us to allow for long-term planning for the RSPCA Sheffield Branch.
The event starts at 11.30am and runs until 3.30pm, with lunch served at 12.45pm.
Tickets are £28 each and can be bought by sending a cheque made out to the RSPCA Sheffield Branch, to Kathryn Whitlam, RSPCA Sheffield Branch, 2 Stadium Way, Sheffield, S9 3HN.
n For more information, call 0114 289 8057.