Shrewsbury Secret Supper 2018

Shrewsbury-based charity Self Help Africa has once again teamed up with Shrewsbury Food Festival and six ‘secret’ restaurants in the town to organise Shrewsbury’s ‘Secret Supper’ dining event on Tuesday 24th April.

Fundraising Officer Steph Smith said the event had raised close to £20,000 for Self Help Africa since 2014, with many guests returning year on year: 

“Marking the launch of the 2018 Shrewsbury Food Festival and kindly sponsored by Mercedes Benz of Shrewsbury, this culinary tour takes you to three restaurants where you’ll be treated to a mystery starter, main course and dessert. The locations of the restaurants and the dishes you’ll be eating, will be revealed on the night!”

“It’s great fun, with great food and all for a good cause!”

Tickets for the three-course Secret Supper are £32.50 per person and include a welcome drink at Tanners Wines; book online at or call the fundraising office on 01743 277170.

Based in Shrewsbury, Self Help Africa is an international charity which works in nine African countries; their vision is of a rural Africa free from hunger and poverty. They support farmers to grow more food, increase their income from farming activities and become self-sufficient.