The Crown and Crooked Billet on Cross Road in London, which is owned and operated by the award-winning Stonegate Pub Company, will be hosting a charity event for the Great Ormond Street Hospital on Sunday 25th August.

General Manager, Natalie Kensington said: “We are very excited about this event and we are proud to support Great Ormond Street Hospital, the largest paediatric centre in the UK. They do fantastic work for people from our community who call on them and for families from all over the country.

The evening’s entertainment will include Sal Bashir, a well-known and immensely popular Indian Elvis impersonator who has performed at the 2012 London Olympics, Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Notting Hill Carnival – as well as having made numerous TV appearances.

The team at the pub have organised fun activities for the whole of the family, including a bouncy castle which will be available between 11am to 6pm. There will also be a BBQ held in the beer garden, starting at 7.30pm.

In addition to this, guests will get the chance to win great prizes by entering the raffle at the cost of £1. All proceeds from the barbeque, raffle and bouncy castle will be donated to the charity.