RUGBY’S Christmas Crackerteria has been serving up hundreds of meals for people in town for the 20th year running to help raise thousands of pounds for charity.
The Crackerteria opened its doors in Albert Street at the end of last month serving tea, coffee, snacks and hot meals. Rugby Christmas Cracker’s charity radio station (87.9FM) has also been broadcasting throughout the month.
It is the 20th year that the radio station and cafe have been running and has so far raised more than £170,000 over the years.
Money raised this year will help pay for young women living in slums in India to be taught tailoring skills.
Carole Fletcher from the Crackerteria said: “Please support this worthwhile cause and give generously to help those who are in need.”
The Crackerteria, next to the Romna Indian restaurant at 35-37 Albert Street, will be open from 10am until 6pm Monday to Saturday right up until Christmas Eve.
It is also open in the evenings as a restaurant, costing £15 per head when booked in advance.
To book a table or help in the Crackerteria call Katie on 07954 583532 or (01788) 813064 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.