Pieminister launches its ‘Cattle Drive’ with a FREE PIE pop-up shop in Camden
Pieminister has embarked on a quest to kick-start 30 farms in Africa and to help them reach their fundraising target, the award winning bakers open a pop-up shop this week – the Cattle Market – where their pies will be given for free in return for donations to their Cattle Drive fund.
Pie fans will find it located opposite London’s famous Stables Market in Camden. The fully licensed Cattle Market (21-22 Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AG) is open from 11am to 10pm every Tuesday to Sunday from October 25th till the November 17th 2013.
So what are you waiting for! Pop-in to get your hands on Pieminister’s legendary range of pies, served with delicious buttery mash, peas and gravy! The perfect combination for this wintery weather! A well stocked bar will be serving up some great pie accompaniments too including West Country ciders and creaft beers from Camden Town Brewery and the Bristol Beer Factory, as well as Bristol’s own 6 O’clock Gin!
Every penny raised from food sales will go directly into the Cattle Drive fund for African development charity, Send A Cow. Over the next year, Pieminister’s £40,000 fundraising target will fund the construction and stocking of 30 farms so that around 224 people in Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia and Lesotho will be trained to become farmers, leaving poverty and hunger behind for good!
Eating pies, changes lives!