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Solihull's brand new Caribbean restaurant and bar, Turtle Bay, have raised £3,100 for local West Midlands Marie Curie Hospice.
On May 31st, diners were asked only to pay whatever they thought their food was worth, or that they could afford.
Turtle Bay pledged to match the total amount left by customers and donate it all to the Marie Curie Hospice.
Marie Curie provide specialist care and vital support for people living with any terminal illness, and their families.
The west Midlands Marie Curie Hospice, based in Solihull, provides services for the whole of the West Midlands. The hospice offers a modern approach to care with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
The restaurant is delighted to announce that the money left by diners, and matched by Turtle bay, has totaled a whopping £3,100!
This money will support the local hospice right here in Solihull which provides care and support for people living with any terminal illness, and their families. They have been carrying out this vital work for over 65 years and last year alone cared for over 2000 people from the West Midlands.
The money rasied by Turtle Bay on their opening day will help to raise funds to support the hospice's every day services. It costs £7321 every day to run Solihull's Marie Curie Hospice, which has 24 private bedrooms, all with en-suite wet rooms, piped oxygen and double doors to landscaped gardens.
Turtle Bay restaurant is open 7 days a week from 11:30am until 11:pm Sunday - Thursday, and 11:30pm on Friday and Saturday. They serve up delicious Caribbean cuisine and refreshing island drinks. Their daily happy hour is from 12-7pm and then 10pm until close, when all cocktails are 2-4-1!