The residents of Ten Acre village, the Manchester based home of the quirky storytelling snack brand Ten Acre – are helping to raise much-needed funds for BBC Children in Need.
They are not quite dressing up – but they will be dressed in their trademark flat caps and tweed waistcoats – as they drum up business and donations, at the BBC Good Food Show at Olympia London, between November 13th – 15th.
All the proceeds from the sales of their award winning – and mightily delicious – hand cooked crisps and premium popcorn at the show, will be donated to the charity, which helps youngsters in their time of need. As soon as the Manchester-based company realised the three-day show coincided with Children in Need day, they jumped at the chance to support Pudsey’s annual appeal.
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Tony Goodman, Chief Eating Officer at Ten Acre, said: “The Mayor of Ten Acre has decreed that all proceeds from the sale of Ten Acre hand cooked crisps and popcorn at the BBC Good Food Show, should be donated to Children in Need. All of the residents have agreed – so now it is down to us to don our Ten Acre caps and coats, and raise as much money as we can for this incredible cause. See us on stand A14 at the show on Friday – and help us to help Children in Need.”