A series of guest chef events to raise money for homeless charity Centrepoint at Trinity

Aaron Potter

Aaron Potter

Sous Chef - Senior 26th October 2017

A series of guest chef events to raise money for homeless charity Centrepoint at Trinity

Myself and Tony Parkin have founded the dinners after I witnessed a homeless man in real distress and no one would help him.
I spoke to the man, bought him some food and gave him a spare pair of socks.
The homeless man spoke about Centerpoint which is the charity that Tony and I are donating 100% of the money raised to. The series is called Home charity and we already have 3 big dinners confirmed and I’m in the middle of organising the chefs for the February dinner.
We have received great surpport and have had some great sponsors such as kicking horse beer merchants, Oliver Harvey, Harwoods of London and Keltic seafare.

All of the Home Charity Series take place at Trinity, London - see dates and the chefs involved below.
⭐The first dinner is on the 12th of November with chefs:
Tony Parkin (west house)
Aaron Potter (trinity)
John duffin (johns house)
Andrew wandaluss (texture)
Adam Reid (Adam Reid at the French)
Ben marks (perilla)
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⭐The second dinner is on the 27thof November with chefs:
Tony Parkin (west house)
Aaron Potter (trinity)
Rob Potter (the Manor House)
Mark Birchall (moor hall)
Kirk Howarth (plates)
Jon Parry (the mash inn)
Douglas Balish (the Tudor room)
⭐Then the third on the 15th of January we have:
Tony Parkin (west house)
Aaron Potter (trinity)
Gareth Ward (ynshir)
Alex bond (alchemillia)
Tom Spencley (the typing room)
Brad Carter (carters)
Russel Bateman (Colette’s)
Niall keating (Whatley manor)
So that’s it a lot of work has gone into these and we’re just trying to raise some money and awareness for Centerpoint, while serving a multitude of food styles and give the chefs chance to show off their cooking styles and bring a taste of their restaurant to London.

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