The Slug and Lettuce on School Road in Sale is set to re-create its own version of Britain’s Got Talent next month when it invites customers to take part in a singing competition in aid of Help for Heroes.

‘Slug’s Got Talent’ charity night will take place on Friday 8th March. Customers and wannabe artists are invited have a go at bandeoke – singing along to a live rock band – in return for a donation to the injured servicemen and women’s charity.

“It’s going to be a brilliant night, where people can either join in and show off their talents, or come along and soak up the atmosphere, all for a good cause!”, said Emily Savage, Slug and Lettuce’s General Manager.
“But whatever the level of talent, it’s sure to be a fun evening. We’re also hosting a charity raffle, where the winner gets a bottle of champagne”, she continued.

Each of the seventy-one Slug and Lettuce bars up and down the country will be hosting its own fundraising event or challenge for Help for Heroes over the course of the next few weeks. “Our bars are fantastic supporters of charity and for many of them, they have a special local cause close to their hearts”, said Nicola Stuart, Slug and Lettuce’s Brand Development Manager, “But every year, for one month, all the bars come together and choose a single charity to fundraise for. For the second year in a row our mangers have chosen Help for Heroes. Last year we raised just over £21,000 and hope that this year we can beat that target.”