Boost for food bank thanks to Henderson’s Relish sauce

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A limited edition bottle of Henderson’s Relish has helped to give a Sheffield food bank £1,000 towards feeding the needy.

The commemorative Hendo’s bottle, celebrating 10 years of the Tramlines festival, went on sale in July at independent shops around the city and on the Henderson’s Relish website.

Now £1, 000 has been presented to the S6 Food Bank, based at St Thomas’ Church on Gilpin Street.

Henderson’s Relish general manager, Matt Davies, said: “Our annual limited edition bottle raises money for a different good cause each year.

“We were very proud to be able to make this donation to the Sheffield S6 Foodbank, and would like to thank all our stockists and customers who picked up a special Tramlines- themed bottle of Henderson’s Relish.”

S6 Food Bank provides three days of nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred in crisis. It is part of a nationwide network of food banks, supported by The Trussell Trust,

working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.

Bottom’s up at breakfast

A ‘bottomless brunch’ has been launched at the Forum Kitchen and Bar on Division Street.

Diners can enjoy unlimited mimosas or bloody Mary cocktails, as well as prosecco, with their brunch item of choice from 10am until 3pm each day.

Michelin star date revealed

Sheffield restaurant teams hoping to be included in this year’s Michelin guide will find out their fate on October 1 at a live event, it has been confirmed this week.

Currently no Sheffield restaurant holds one of the prestigious Michelin stars. Fingers crossed.