Max Boyce at launch of a great partnership between the Noah's Ark Children's Hospital Charity and Peters

The Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity and Peter’s Pies have joined forces to help raise funds for the Children’s Hospital forWales.

Legendary Welsh comedian and singer, Max Boyce MBE, a Vice President of the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity visited the Children’s Hospital forWalesin November and handed out a new range of pies to some of the builders who have already started the enabling works for Phase Two of the hospital.

The promotion, which already has the endorsement of Welsh superstar Dame Shirley Bassey, will see the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity logo added to packs of Steak, Steak and Kidney, Minced Beef and Onion, Chicken and Mushroom and Meat and Potato pies, with a proportion of each sale going directly to the charity.

Neil CourtJohnston, director of Peter’s Food Service, said:

“We’ve worked with the Noah’sArkappeal for many years, and have renewed our commitment to support the appeal and raise its profile. Our plan is to generate as much money as we can for the Children’s Hospital forWalesover the next three years.

“We’re delighted that high profile celebrities like Dame Shirley Bassey and Max Boyce are supporting our cause. Their endorsement, alongside our bigger, tastier pies and a really worthy cause, will help us to raise a really significant amount of money for a fantastic charity.”

Max  said “It’s really good to see a Welsh business supporting such a worthy charity, and I’m delighted to be a part of the launch. Peter’s support will help the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity to raise vital funds for sick children in need of critical and intensive care.  We hope that this partnership will raise a six figure sum.”

Peter’s Food Service began life as a small pie manufacturer, and today is one ofBritain’s best-loved brands of pies, pasties, rolls and slices, producing over 3 million pastries every week.

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