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Chippy to champion trio of charities



A Lincolnshire-based fish and chip chain is hoping to raise a massive £30,000 for three charities to mark three decades in business.


The Elite Fish & Chip Company, a family-run and award-winning fish and chip business with outlets in Lincoln, Sleaford and Ruskington, has set itself a year to raise the money which will be split between the RAF Association, the RNLI and Sleaford Dementia Support.

Rachel Tweedale, director at the Elite Fish & Chip Company, said: “It was a remarkable achievement for us to raise £10,000 within just ten months for the Royal British Legion in 2016, after choosing it as our charity of the year.

“Two years on we’ve decided to raise the bar and saw this year as the perfect opportunity to not only make our fundraising target three times as big, but to also increase our efforts by opting to support three charities.

“It’s a massive step up from our previous charity work, which is why we’re urging our loyal customers to get behind us in any way they can to support these worthy causes.”

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