The Yorkshire Air Ambulance benefits from The Wetherby Whaler
Article Date: 2013-12-17
The Wetherby Whaler restaurant and takeaway in Guiseley has helped the Otley Inner Wheel Club raise £680 for The Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
A special charity night held in the Guiseley restaurant, hosted by the Otley Inner Wheel Club, attracted guests who enjoyed entertainment and a renowned Wetherby Whaler fish and chip supper.
In 2011, The Wetherby Whaler adopted the Yorkshire Air Ambulance as its chosen charity and up to now, has raised more than £5,000 for the charity.
The Wetherby Whaler in Guiseley, the former and original Harry Ramsden’s, underwent a £500,000 refurbishment prior to opening, designed to bring the restaurant up to date, while maintaining the atmosphere the restaurant was renowned for. The famous chandeliers were updated with brand new fittings, ensuring the restaurant delivers the same impact on 21st Century customers as it did 80 years ago.
Janine Murphy, Co-owner of the Wetherby Whaler, said: “We are delighted with the amount that we helped The Otley Inner Wheel Club raise for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and it was great to see so many people get involved with the fundraiser.
“It is very important that local businesses support charity initiatives and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance carries out vital work across the region.”