HENLEY in Arden-based farm shop and restaurant Field to Fork have selected local lifesaving charity Arrive Alive as their chosen charity partner.
Arrive Alive founded by a Birmingham-based mother is Britain’s only registered charity of its kind dedicated to funding and developing voluntary operated 999 vehicles supporting West Midlands Ambulance Service Community First Responders.
Mark Cox, Director of Field to Fork said:
“Once we were contacted by Debbie from Arrive Alive it was a no-brainer for us to support what they do. It’s totally funded by voluntary donations which I find incredible and makes the work they do even more commendable. You never know when you or someone you know and love may need the aid of a rapid response vehicle or need to be the beneficiary of a defibrillator so it’s important we all take note and support what this charity is doing.”
Field to Fork stocks meat from renowned Eric Lyons butcher, who have been established since 1903, to a range of Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat products and even hosts an onsite restaurant. It really is a one-stop shop with no need to visit a supermarket. Over the coming months, the partnership between Field to Fork and Arrive Alive will be developed from social media posts to events being hosted at the restaurant.
Debbie Roscoe, Founder of Arrive Alive said:
“It has come as a welcome boost to the work Arrive Alive does by being selected as Field to Fork’s charity partner. The whole team have embraced the work that Arrive Alive does of saving lives within communities, I look forward to seeing how the partnership evolves over the course of the year and will no doubt be sharing updates throughout 2024 of the partnership.”
To find out more about the lifesaving work Arrive Alive does, please visit: www.arrivealiveresponse.co.uk.