Fore Play Crazy Golf launch delivery service in aid of Hospitality Action

Fore Play Crazy Golf has today launched its own food delivery service – and all profits will go to Hospitality Action. The Kinning Park venue has developed a takeaway menu in partnership with its existing street food vendor, Loaded.

Launched this weekend, you can now choose from a wide selection of dine-in dishes, including vegan and vegetarian options.

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The new straight-to-your door service will run every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

To view the full menu and to place an order, look for Loaded on Uber Eats.

Kasia Neilson, co-owner, said, “All of our profits will go directly to Hospitality Action’s COVID19 Emergency Appeal, which will in turn support bar and restaurant workers who are facing financial hardship. We have done everything in our power to retain all of our staff successfully, but we wanted to extend our support to the wider industry too.”

She added, ““Glaswegians may not be able to go into many of their favourite restaurants and bars, but there are still ways to support the industry through this impossibly difficult time. From takeaways to charitable donations, these are the ways you can help Glasgow’s scene survive the coronavirus crisis – and thanks to our new Loaded delivery service, you can do both with every order.”

Hospitality Action is the trade charity offering a crucial lifeline to people of all ages, working and retired, from the hospitality industry. For further information, visit: hospitalityaction.org.uk.