Bath College’s Charity Gala Dinner in aid of Dorothy House
31st January at 6:30 pm
Bath College is holding a Charity Gala Dinner in the college’s Shrubbery Restaurant in aid of local hospice, Dorothy House.
A four course tasting menu will be served with each course prepared by a different high-profile, local chef with the assistance of the college’s catering students.
The chefs include: Chris Cleghorn, Head Chef from The Olive Tree who has worked with Heston Blumenthal, Michael Caines and Adam Simmonds; David Campbell, Head Chef at the 3AA rosette award winning Dower House Restaurant at the Royal Crescent Hotel; Garry Rosser of the award-winning fish and chip restaurant, The Scallop Shell, who trained under Mitch Tonks at Fishworks; and Damien Wager, a self-taught patisserie chef, who runs his own pastry academy, Edible Art Patisserie.
The front-of-house team will consist of students from the college’s hospitality course, and table decorations will be designed and created by the floristry students and staff. There will also be live music from local guitarist JD and a full bar.
Bath College is launching this event as part of its annual programme of collaborative fine dining events featuring top, local chefs working alongside staff and students, offering their inspiration and expertise.
Tickets are limited for this event. £60 per person.
To book, visit dorothyhouse.org.uk/charity-gala-dinner or contact Phillippa Watson, Philanthropy Manager at Dorothy House on 01225 721480.