A BIG HEARTED Doncaster family, who have played key roles in organising charity events for their local community, were the VIPs at the relaunch of the Manor Farm .
The Denaby Lane pub in Old Denaby has received a significant investment from pub owners Spirit Pub Company and was re-launched by the Guest family as a Fayre and Square.
Ted Guest and wife Anne were nominated by the team at the Manor Farm for their commitment to supporting local charities,
They have raised in excess of £100,000 over the past 30 years, with the most recent activity raising more than £1,600 for Bluebell Woods Children’s Hospice.
The couple, who live in Mexborough, are known by the local community for their charity fundraising as well as their foster care which they have been doing for 50 years.
Ted, who was treated to complimentary meal and drink with Anne , said: “The Manor Farm is one of our favourite pubs that we have been visiting for over 10 years and we are honoured to take a key role in reopening of the pub.
“The refurbishment looks fantastic and I’m sure it’s going to be a hit with the community.”
Manor Farm general manager, Adam Tempest, said: “Ted and Anne were the perfect choice to officially open the pub for us.
They do so much to help charities and work tirelessly with their fundraising to support important causes.
“The launch has been a huge success and it was great to see our guests tucking into our new dishes including The Mighty Fisherman’s Feast, Toad in the Hole, Square Burger and the Cookie Dough Pizza sharing dessert.”
Spirit Pub Company says it is delivering Fayre and Square to provide great value to their guests, all day every day, with clear pricing and no hidden extras.