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Students serve up final feast

LEP at the Foxholes Bistro charity evening, hosted by students from Level Two and Level Three Food, Beverage and Professional Cookery diploma at Runshaw College, to raise funds for two charities, Wigan and Leigh Hospice and Bolton Hospice.

LEP at the Foxholes Bistro charity evening, hosted by students from Level Two and Level Three Food, Beverage and Professional Cookery diploma at Runshaw College, to raise funds for two charities, Wigan and Leigh Hospice and Bolton Hospice.

Gordon Ramsay better watch out!

A group of catering and hospitality students from Runshaw College held a end-of-year event as they get ready to take on prestigious jobs in the food industry.

Ramsay’s at Chelsea, L’Enclume in Cartmel and the Midland Hotel in Manchester are just some of the Michelin star restaurants the teenagers have secured their dream jobs at. Last Tuesday was a final 
opportunity for them to show off their impressive skills.

And they did just that for guests at a special charity dinner at the Leyland college’s Foxholes Brasserie.

More than £2,000 was raised for Bolton, Wigan and Leigh Hospices from auctions and raffles on the night.

And diners also enjoyed a four-course meal prepared by the students and tutors Neil Cruickshanks and Jenny Cruickshanks.

Hospitality lecturer Fiona Merrill said: “For some of these students it was their last night in Foxholes.

“Others are leaving to some prestigious establishments including Ramsay’s, L’Enclume and the Midland hotel in Manchester.”

 

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