Pie Eating for Charity at Copthorne Hotel Merry Hill-Dudley

By Millennium Copthorne Hotels, PRNE
Wednesday, March 2, 2011

LONDON, March 3, 2011 - On Thursday 24 March Copthorne Hotel Merry Hill-Dudley, part
of Millennium & Copthorne UK Hotels (www.millenniumhotels.co.uk/),
will be hosting a pie eating competition in conjunction with pie supplier
'Pieminster', to raise money for the Dudley Group of Hospitals charity.

To be held in the Earls Suite of the hotel at 7pm, registered
teams of four will choose one team member to take part in the contest.
Participants must finish one pie - either a Pieminster Moo steak and ale pie
or vegetarian pie, using a fork with one arm held behind their back. The
first to finish will win a three month leisure club membership to Le Club
Health & Fitness, within the hotel. All other entrants will receive a free
day pass. Following the contest, everyone will be treated to a complimentary
pie and mash meal, and a quiz will take place.

Matt Ward, General Manager at the Copthorne Hotel
Merry-Dudley, commented: "We're thrilled to be hosting this fun event for a
great cause. We hope that the contest will attract a lot of pie lovers who
would like to help raise money for the Dudley Group of Hospitals Charity. The
charity offers additional support for the hospitals by making a patient's
stay more comfortable."

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including everywhere from Gatwick airport hotels (
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For further information, please contact: Shari Vo-Ta, Public Relations Officer, Millennium & Copthorne Hotels, Tel: +44(0)207-872-2469, Email: shari.vo-ta at millenniumhotels.co.uk For further information or to register for the competition,
please contact Karen Phillips at Dudley Group of Hospitals Charity on +44(0)1384-456-111 ext 3349.

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