Saturday, 13 February 2016

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A SOUTH Lakes chef and brewery teamed up to cook up a storm for a good cause at a world-famous food fair.

L’Enclume’s Michelin starred chef/proprietor Simon Rogan, of Cartmel, helped raise more than £10,000 for Action Against Hunger as part of its Lovefoodgivefood campaign at a special pop-up restaurant at the Taste of London festival.

And he took a little bit of the taste of the South Lakes with him by matching Sir William Marshal’s Crusader Gold ale, donated by Unsworth’s Yard Brewery of Cartmel, to his starter of warm salad of lettuce and broad beans, smoked curds and pork crackling.

Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian organisation committed to ending world hunger, which works to save the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger.

WEST Cumbria Tourism is set to roll out a new training course to create ambassadors in the Western Lake District tourism industry.

The first course will be held at Silloth Golf Club, on July 18 between 10.30am to 3.30pm and is open to anyone who wants to be an ambassador for where they live.

The course is designed to provide a building block to enhance the local tourism offer and keep people coming back.

The training course is part of the popular Welcome to Excellence series of training programmes and it is available to both individuals and organisations. It has been designed to give participants an overview of the Western Lake District area.

For more information or to book a place contact Lucy Hardy at Cumbria Tourism.


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