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Fishmore Hall is making Headway for local brain injury charity

 In support of local brain injury charity, Headway Shropshire, Fishmore Hall’s head chef Andrew Birch is offering guests the opportunity to donate an optional cover charge onto their food bill at the boutique country house hotel’s 3AA rosette restaurant, Forelles.

Andrew Birch has previously been awarded Welsh Chef of the Year in 2004, Young Chef Apprentice of Britain in 2005, Young Chef Apprentice of Europe in 2005, and was a finalist in the Roux Regional Scholarship in 2006. He has already helped Headway Shropshire kick-start their fundraising activities by cooking at a gala dinner at Shrewsbury College in 2015. With Headway Shropshire’s target to raise approximately £7,000 by July, the team at Fishmore Hall are keen to continue to support the charity to help reach their goals.  

Known for its outstanding food and unbeatable hospitality, Fishmore Hall is firmly on the map in the foodie market town, Ludlow. With breathtaking views towards the rolling Shropshire Hills from the hotel’s orangery style conservatory, this is the perfect place to escape to the country and indulge in high quality cuisine; whilst taking a small step to make a big change for those recovering from brain injury.  

Established in 1979, Headway Shropshire is a charity that provides care, support and rehabilitation to people with acquired brain injuries within Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and the surrounding areas.

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