Day: 17 November 2016

The ultimate local Sunday roast: the first step to a new supplier network

What could be better and indeed more British than a classic Sunday Roast? Well, how about one for which all of the ingredients are sourced locally? So the centrepiece – the meat, whatever your chosen one is, the potatoes and all the veg, as well as fruit to make a pukka pie (no not that …

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The restaurant and farm where local is a value not a label

If it hadn’t been for the thick winter coat of cloud shrouding this corner of the Mendip Hills, lunch would have been eaten looking out over arguably one of the finest views any UK restaurant can boast. But the rich green fields rolling down to, and then up and away from, Blagdon Lake (from which …

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Clink’s helping hand radically reduces re-offending

Chris Moore, Chief Executive, The Clink Charity New data released by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) provides evidence that prisoners participating in The Clink Charity’s innovative hospitality training scheme are less likely to reoffend, with the report conducted by the Justice Data Lab (JDL) stating the charity has achieved a “statistically significant result”. Inside the …

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