The owners of two of Harrogate’s leading Italian eateries have announced plans for a major fund-raising event in aid of Ovarian Cancer Action.
Sara and Stefano Lancellotti, who own the award-winning Sasso Restaurant and Caffe Marconi, both in Princes Square, Harrogate, have teamed up with internationally-renowned artist Tony Brummell-Smith to host an Italian-themed fund-raising evening in June.
All profits from the Italian Evening, planned for Monday June 9, will go to the charity Ovarian Cancer Action.
Mr Brummell-Smith, whose paintings hang in both Sasso and Caffe Marconi, will be unveiling a number of new pictures at the June fundraising evening, while guests will be invited to taste wines from across Italy.
The fund-raising Italian Evening will also include live music, a raffle and freshly-made pizza from the Caffe Marconi ovens!
“Ovarian Cancer Action is a charity close to our heart and we hope that we will raise a substantial amount from our Italian Evening and also help raise awareness about this terrible disease.”
Tickets for the Italian Evening, which will be held at Caffe Marconi between 7 and 9pm on Monday, 9 June, cost £12 and will be available to buy by cash or cheque from Caffe Marconi in Princes Square, Harrogate.