Safari so good for University’s Event Management students.

Posted on 15th February 2017

A restaurant safari event is heading into Chester on Monday February 27 to raise money for Chester Women’s Aid.

Left to right are Laura Horwell, Amy Kendall, Laura Cuthbertson, Olivia Evans and Rebecca Fletcher.
Left to right are Laura Horwell, Amy Kendall, Laura Cuthbertson, Olivia Evans and Rebecca Fletcher.
It’s been an absolute pleasure working with Chester Women’s Aid, they have been so supportive and excited about our upcoming event! We chose this charity because we believe this issue is so important and needs to be addressed in the community.
Laura Cuthbertson, Team Leader of PARC Events.

‘Let’s Eat Chester’ has been developed by five Events Management students from the University of Chester, who have formed their own company, PARC Events. The aim is to provide a unique and fun event experience, while raising funds for Chester Women’s Aid. 

The ‘restaurant safari’ will take guests around the beautiful city of Chester to visit four different restaurants and give them the opportunity to taste dishes from various cuisines. Intrepid foodies will be gathering at Chez Jules, Northgate Street, for 6.10pm, to begin the gourmet adventure. Following Chez Jules, the next stop will be Ginger Wine Bar and Delicatessen, after that it’s on to The Olive Tree Brasserie and the final restaurant will be Picanha by Fazenda

PARC Events will be raising money for an amazing local charity which endeavours to help all victims of domestic abuse, Chester Women’s Aid. Nationally, one in four women and one in six men experience domestic abuse in their lifetime and one in five teenagers have been physically abused by their boyfriends or girlfriends. Chester Women’s Aid supports all victims of domestic abuse through small grants that will help these victims get back on track. This could be redecorating a room where abuse has taken place, school uniforms, or even driving lessons to help someone’s employment prospects. 

Laura Cuthbertson, Team Leader of PARC Events, said: “It’s been an absolute pleasure working with Chester Women’s Aid, they have been so supportive and excited about our upcoming event! We chose this charity because we believe this issue is so important and needs to be addressed in the community.”

 Sheila Brookes, Vice President of Chester Women’s Aid, added: "We are really excited about working with PARC Events. We are looking forward to attending the event as we believe it is going to be a night to remember!” 

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Members of the public can buy tickets for £40 per person at  http://parcevents.wixsite.com/letseatchester or contact the team at parc.events@outlook.com

All proceeds go to charity.