Martlesham pub gives free meals to Macmillan Cancer Support professionals

The Red Lion are offering free meals to all Macmillan nurses as a thank you.

The Red Lion are offering free meals to all Macmillan nurses as a thank you. - Credit: Archant

A Martlesham pub is offering Macmillan professionals a free meal throughout January.

The Red Lion Chef & Brewer pub restaurant is inviting all Macmillan professionals to enjoy a free meal to thank them for their hard work over the festive period.

The pub which has a national partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support will supply the professionals with a free meal until January 31.

Robert Lusher, general manager at the Red Lion said: “The care and support that Macmillan professionals provide makes such a difference in the local community, which is why we want to reward Macmillan professionals in Martlesham by giving them a free meal so they have the chance to continue enjoying Christmas into January.”

In order to receive a free meal Macmillan staff will need to fill out the online form here which will generate a voucher code.

Rachel Gascoigne, senior partnership manager at Macmillan Cancer Support, said: “Macmillan nurses and professionals work extremely hard every hour of every day regardless of Christmas to support people with cancer.


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“The free meal from Chef & Brewer is a wonderful gesture to thank them for their work over the festive period.”

Greene King, who owns The Red Lion Chef & Brewer pub restaurant, is working in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support to help raise vital funds to help Macmillan support people living with cancer.

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The free meals are just one of a number of activities that the Red Lion will be doing this year to support the charity.

Since 2012, Greene King team members and guests have raised over £3.6million through the charity partnership with Macmillan.

They have raised funds from doing various activities such as taking part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, running the London Marathon, and jumping out of planes.

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