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Ormiston Families charity launches Bury St Edmunds secret supper club including Wright’s, Cheers and No.4 Restaurant at Abbeygate Cinemas





An East Anglian children’s charity is inviting foodies to join a secret supper club dinner trail through a Suffolk town to help raise funds for the cause.

Ormiston Families will take food lovers on a three-course meal at a trio of different locations in Bury St Edmunds on February 21.

Though the schedule and menus for the night will remain a secret until the event, The Athenaeum and Cheers Restaurant on Angel Hill, No.4 Restaurant at AbbeyGate Cinemas, and Wrights in Cornhill are involved.

Wright's in Cornhill will also be part of the secret supper club trail. Picture: Ormiston Families
Wright's in Cornhill will also be part of the secret supper club trail. Picture: Ormiston Families

Maddie Cousins of Wrights, said: “We are very excited to be hosting another event with Ormiston Families.

“At the cafe which hosts monthly supper clubs already, it’s fun twist to be doing it in this style.

“We hope to bring a fun, alternative offering to the menu, We can’t wait to see you all.”

The team at Abbeygate Cinema in Bury St Edmunds are involved. Picture: Ormiston Families
The team at Abbeygate Cinema in Bury St Edmunds are involved. Picture: Ormiston Families

All money raised from ticket sales will go towards the charity’s work supporting children and their families with services including mental health support, bereavement counselling and help for those struggling with the imprisonment of a loved one.

Emily Stansfield, philanthropy officer at Ormiston Families, said: “Our secret supper club promises to be an entertaining evening for foodies in the Bury St Edmunds area, particularly those with a taste for mystery.”

To book tickets for the secret supper club, which are £55 per person, go to www.ormi.org/secret-supper-club.