Three renowned chefs from Bristol are teaming up with students from St Katherine’s School to host a fine dining evening in aid of Penny Brohn UK.
Josh Eggleton, Chef Patron at the Michelin starred pub The Pony and Trap; Toby Gritten, award winning Chef Patron from The Pump House, The Bird in Hand and the Redan Inn; and Louise McCrimmon, Executive Chef at Harvey Nichols in Bristol will be joining the students to prepare and cook a three-course meal at The Leaf in Ham Green.
The event on 27 June, 7pm to 10pm is open to the public with tickets priced at £65 per person. The evening will also include a drinks reception with hors d’oeuvres and live music. All the money raised will go to Penny Brohn UK to support people with cancer to achieve the best health and wellbeing.
Talking about the event, Phoebe Hunt, Corporate Business Development Manager at Penny Brohn UK said: “A huge thank you to Josh, Toby, Louise and the wonderful students at St Katherine’s School for their commitment and enthusiasm in organising the fine dining event in aid of Penny Brohn UK. The money will help more people living with cancer to live as well as possible for as long as possible.”