Last week Adam Hardiman, head chef at William IV pub in North London, put this sign outside the pub and posted it on Twitter. It was retweeted almost 10,000 times within a week!
This Sunday. We are open to the homeless and hungry. Proper xmas dinner. Please spread the word and love pic.twitter.com/K28bVRe7ne
— William IV (@WilliamIVPub) December 16, 2014
In the run up to Sunday meal the pub tweeted for various things they needed, such as cups, bowls, and Santa hats. They got everything they needed in time for the big day, including this:
Big up to London http://t.co/oTpFa0VPc0 for this lovely edible shove it my face cake x one live x pic.twitter.com/M2NFVgliX4 — William IV (@WilliamIVPub) December 20, 2014
A delicious Christmas menu was put together.
This is what we are banging out on Sunday for the homeless and hungry, with all the flavour and love in the world pic.twitter.com/2XE0rTfRQq
— William IV (@WilliamIVPub) December 19, 2014
When the big day came the team were ready to go, with staff at the pub happily volunteering their time to serve the lunch.
180 homeless people enjoyed a free meal and live music at the pub on Sunday.
We’ve had the most incredible day here & are overjoyed to have fed 180 amazing people. Could there be a better Christmas gift? #coswecan
— William IV (@WilliamIVPub) December 21, 2014