Stratford-upon-Avon College recently received The Craft Guild of Chefs’ “College Award 2009” in recognition of its service in promoting the Guild and its excellence in catering education.
At a ceremony held recently at the Meridien Hotel in Piccadilly, HRH The Countess of Wessex, the Guild’s Royal Patron, presented the award to Alan Deegan, Hospitality Academic Specialist at the college.
Alan commented, “This award is very special. It recognises the role that Stratford-upon-Avon College continues to play in the training of top-class chefs for today’s demanding industry. It is a true honour for the college to have its work recognised by leaders of the hospitality industry.”
Established in 1965 as a Guild of the Cookery and Food Association, the Craft Guild of Chefs has developed into the leading Chefs’ Association in the UK and has many members worldwide. Members come from all aspects of the food service and hospitality sectors working in a wide variety of positions from students and trainees to top management. For more information please visit http://www.craftguildofchefs.org/.
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Posted on Wednesday 28th April 2010