Henderson’s Relish x Tramlines

A special edition bottle of Henderson’s Relish will go on sale next week to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Sheffield’s Tramlines music festival, and raise money for the Sheffield S6 Food bank. Henderson’s Relish general manager, Matt Davies, said: “We are celebrating 10 years of great music at Tramlines in Sheffield, and raising money to help people in our city who are in crisis.

“The special bottle of Henderson’s Relish will be available in independent retailers and on the Henderson’s Relish website from Monday 2nd July.  All profits will be donated to the Sheffield S6 Foodbank.”

The Sheffield S6 Food Bank charity, based at St Thomas’ Church on Gilpin Street, provides emergency food and support to local people who are referred in crisis. It serves more than 5,000 people and uses 70 tonnes of food every year across its four locations in Sheffield.  Part of a city and nationwide network of food banks, supported by The Trussell Trust, it works to combat poverty and hunger.

Henry Henderson blended the first batch of his famous Relish in 1885. 130 years later it’s still made in Sheffield to a secret recipe – a blend including tamarinds, cayenne peppers, vinegar, garlic and cloves.  Splash it on pies, stews, fish and chips for a fuller, richer flavour.

Posted in 2018 Festival