Botanist bar boosts coffers 
of kids’ hospital

The Botanist recently opened in Leopold Square
The Botanist recently opened in Leopold Square
Promoted by The Botanist

The Botanist, Sheffield is to donate 25p of every child’s meal sold to the Sheffield Children’s Hospital.

The restaurant, which recently opened in Sheffield’s Leopold Square, has announced that The Children’s Hospital Charity is to be their chosen charity of the year.

Sheffield Children’s Hospital is one of only four dedicated children’s hospital trusts in the UK and provides integrated healthcare for children and young people.

TCHC provides over and above the standard NHS provision, enhancing Sheffield Children’s Hospital and matching world class equipment with existing world class expertise.

Jodie Osakwe, general manager for The Botanist in Sheffield, stated: “We are very proud to be supporting the Children’s Hospital Charity. The hospital is renowned across the UK for its services, expertise and care of children - and we hope to be able to make a small difference through our own corporate giving.”

The Botanist officially opened their doors in October, and offers its guests a range of botanical-style cocktails, locally sourced and world renowned gins and ales along with an honest, rotisserie style menu to accompany their vast drinks range. The Children’s Hospital Charity is running the Make It Better appeal to improve the hospital.

The appeal aims to raise £10million regionally with the NHS funding over £20million. Money will be spent on creating single occupancy rooms, with space for parents to stay with their child, easing the journey between departments and create a brighter hospital designed with children in mind.