Padstow to Rock Swim

For Marie Curie Cancer Care in Cornwall

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St. Petroc's Bistro

Charity lunches for WaterAid a huge success

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Thank you for visiting The Seafood Restaurant’s charity page.  We try and support as many charity requests as we can, we receive hundreds of requests from charities and organisations every year and we do try and support as many of these as we can. To submit a request, please fill out the form below, and we will get back to you.

At the heart of our charity work is our commitment to the community and supporting local causes within the South West. From donating 3% of profits from fish & chips bought in Padstow and Falmouth for one day every year to the Fisherman’s Mission, to offering up over 450 pasties to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care at the Padstow to Rock charity swim, we look to support local causes. To see all the charities we support, please see our full list below.

Rick Stein has been heavily involved in the National Trust Neptune Appeal, helping to maintain over 750 miles of coastlines in the UK. We also host charity lunches for WaterAid at St. Petroc’s Bistro, and stock Belu water across our restaurants, they donate their profits to WaterAid.

Local charities

The Fisherman’s Mission
Children’s Hospice South West (Precious Lives)
Marie Curie Cancer Care
Lobster Hatchery
British Red Cross
Cornwall Community Foundation
Cornwall 100 Club
Clean Cornwall
Porthleven Fisherman’s Association
Save the Children (Cornwall branch)
Naomi House and Jacksplace (Winchester)

National charities

WaterAid
The National Trust
Dyslexia Research Trust
Action Against Hunger

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