Friday 13th October
£42pp (plus booking fee)
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Join us for a wonderful evening of delicious food and drinks, thought-provoking discussions, and an opportunity to make a difference.
A unique Fundraise x Feast event in aid of RUHX (formerly The Forever Friends Appeal) the official charity of the Royal United Hospitals Bath, with Wild Herb at The Field Kitchen and Glove Factory Studios.
You may prepare to be wowed with a considered seasonal menu of a collection of starters, mains and a dessert, freshly prepared by the talented chefs at Wild Herb at The Field Kitchen.
The RUHX team look forward to greeting you with a drink beside the fire pit from 6pm, before requesting you take your seats with fellow guests overlooking the lakes and fields as the sun sets.
Throughout the evening you will hear from guest speakers, Marc Bullock, John Graby, David Murphy and Ali Khavandi and Hetty Dupays – the Royal United Hospital’s leading consultants and surgeons, as they take you behind-the-scenes, sharing insights on some of the latest projects, campaigns, and innovative new technologies including Robotic Surgery, Cardiovascular research, and Art at the Heart.
Come and join us for a truly wonderful and delicious evening under the stars to raise money for RUHX, where you may wish to do a little good and enable others to do something great.
You may book up to 8 places. If you’d like to book separately but be seated with friends or family, let us know the details when you book.
If you’re vegetarian/vegan or have any dietary requirements, we’ll rustle up something perfect for you – just mention it when you book.
Please note your ticket includes a delicious celebration of the seasons best produce, with three courses and a welcome drink. You will have the opportunity to invest in your local hospital and support the wonderful work of RUHX on the night.
We look forward to seeing you.
RUHX is the official NHS charity of the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust. They work closely with Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust, and local community partners to help more people to live healthier and happier lives in Bath and beyond. Find out more.