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Harrogate’s Majestic Hotel serves afternoon “chari-teas” in support of Martin House Children’s Hospice

Martin House Children’s Hospice ambassador, Christine Talbot, is joined for afternoon tea at the Majestic Hotel by general manager, Matthew Hole, and Martin House mascot, Marty Bear

Guests enjoying a Harrogate hotel’s afternoon tea this summer will be helping to raise funds for the region’s only dedicated children’s hospice.

For every afternoon tea ordered at The Majestic Hotel – which is nearing the completion of a £15m refurbishment – £1 will be donated to Martin House Children’s Hospice.

And to help launch the afternoon “chari-tea” menu campaign – which commences on Sunday, June 16 – Martin House ambassador and TV presenter, Christine Talbot, joined staff and Martin House Hospice mascot, Marty Bear, to sample the fayre.

The Majestic was purchased by the Cairn Group in November 2016 who, last year, began a £15m investment into transforming the 184-bedroomed hotel into Harrogate’s first DoubleTree by Hilton.

The refurbishment, which includes £2m being spent converting the former leisure facilities into a state-of-the-art spa, is due to be completed by the end of October and will be named the Harrogate Spa.

Additionally, the hotel’s food and beverage operation has developed new menus, including afternoon tea, private dining, fundraising and dinner dance menus.

Matthew Hole, The Majestic Hotel’s general manager, said: “Over the years the hotel has held many fundraising events for Martin House Hospice, and we decided it was only right we did something ourselves to support this wonderful charity.

“As we now unveil our new afternoon tea menu, we are pledging to give £1 from every afternoon tea order taken this summer to Martin House.

“It was superb to have Martin House ambassador, Christine Talbot, join us for the launch, and she was very impressed with not just our backing for Martin House, but the quality – and quantity – of our new afternoon tea menu offering, and the refurbishment of the ground floor, including a fantastic new lounge bar and restaurant.”

Christine Talbot said: “As one of Martin House’s ambassadors, I was delighted to be invited to the Majestic to help launch their afternoon chari-tea menu.

“It’s a great idea and I hope this thoroughly British tradition will raise plenty of money for this much-loved charity.”

The Majestic Hotel’s traditional afternoon tea menu is served daily.

 

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