Bedford Pavilion supports Meatball Month to raise money for The Muscle Foundation

Bedford Pavilion is encouraging people to visit the pavilion and make a donation or host a meatball party to raise money for The Muscle Foundation

The national month-long campaign, 'Meatball Month' aims to raise money to fund a muscle dream experience - transformational experiences for young children with the muscle wasting disease muscular dystrophy.

Throughout November, Bedford Pavilion is encouraging people to come in and make a donation or host a meatball dinner party for donations, to help raise money for the charity, Meatballs Month is the brainchild of the Muscle Help Foundation charity.

It costs just £1,600 to fulfil each experience, it is hoped that the initiative will result in the delivery of more magical moments for children and young people with muscular dystrophy.

Tom Kerridge

The website features a range of delicious meatball recipes put together specifically for the campaign by some of the world’s finest chefs, including Tom Kerridge, Angela Hartnett, Tom Parker-Bowles and Royal Chef, Mark Flanaga

Meatball party guests are encouraged to make donations – collected either by the party host and submitted or by individuals who can donate online.

In addition to raising valuable funds, Meatball Month is also designed to raise awareness of muscular dystrophy, a disease which currently has no cure.

For more information about The Muscle Help Foundation, visit: www.musclehelp.com