Scarborough's The Hideout to make Christmas for Everyone evening an annual event

Scarborough cafe The Hideout is to make its Christmas for Everyone an annual event after the success of the first this week.

Thursday, 19th December 2019, 9:42 am
Updated Thursday, 19th December 2019, 9:43 am

The cafe, on Columbus Ravine, threw open its doors to offer some free Christmas cheer for those finding the festive period a struggle.

Visitors were offered free homemade soup, cakes and drinks during the evening.

Hideout manager Jordan Padgham said: “Our first Christmas for Everyone was a great success and we had a number of people join us and help raise the Christmas spirits.

Hideout Manager Jordan Padgham serves up the homemade soup.

“We didn’t do it alone, we had overwhelming support from locals donating various bits and pieces and offering to help.

“In particular, we’d like to thank Andy Whitelaw Joinery for their very kind donation, Sue Kendall and Steve Bottomley for their donation of cakes and Jill Heaps for helping on the night.

“I’m delighted to say this will become an annual event at The Hideout!”

Hideout Assistant Manager Toni Bethany-Hall and volunteer Jill Heaps serving at the cake table.