Rockfish Get On Board

Issy Mitch And Kat Issy Works At Ashfords And Spends Her Weekend Volunteering Kat Works At The Met Office And Volunteers Also Producing Kats Surf Forecast

Seafood restaurant chain Rockfish has come on board to support the Wave Project in South Devon.

Project Coordinator Katie Smith and two volunteers Issy and Kat were invited along to the opening of the new restaurant on Exeter Quayside. Rockfish do an incredible amount to help the local community around their ever growing chain of fabulous seafood restaurants, with Exeter being the newest to open.

Mitch Tonks, from Rockfish, said: “It is great to be able to come to Exeter and work with a local project right on our doorstep who do such good work in our community with young people. To support an organisation aimed at young people at risk that gets them out on the water is wonderful. They’ve shown real results in the work they do and we want to be a positive part of the community that helps makes a difference.”

Issy Katie And Kat Rockfish Opening

Customers who head to Exeter’s Rockfish can help support The Wave Project by paying an optional £1 table donation on their bill. What a better excuse for some top seafood than making a donation towards the work of The Wave Project at the end of the meal.

Wave Project founder Joe Taylor said: “We’re so grateful to Mitch and all the staff at Rockfish for supporting our charity. All the funds raised through donations will enable vulnerable children and young people in Devon to access free, award-winning surf therapy courses to help improve their emotional wellbeing and confidence.”