With thanks to Rebecca Borresen.
Due to the overwhelming success of last year’s ‘An Evening with Jane Lovett’, and previously with Lady Claire MacDonald, JCI Aberdeen are delighted to announce they will be hosting another cookery demonstration in February 2015. The Great Granite Cook-Off will be held at The Norwood Hall Hotel to raise money for Inspire – Partnership through Life.
On 12th February talents Jamie Hutcheon, award winning chocolatier and founder of Cocoa Ooze, and Craig Wilson, the highly praised Kilted Chef and proprietor of Eat on the Green will be taking to the stage.
The two chefs will be showcasing their talents and tantalising the taste buds of cookery fans across the North East. JCI Aberdeen President Kimberley John spoke of the success of last year’s event:
“JCI Aberdeen was overwhelmed by the charitable support for our cookery fundraiser with Jane Lovettt raising money for Friends of ANCHOR.
“We look forward to another special evening in February when we will welcome Craig Wilson and Jamie Hutcheon on stage for an event which promises to entertain budding chefs, whilst raising funds for Inspire.”
Tickets for the event, priced at £25 to include a drinks reception and raffle, can be purchased by contacting the project team at firstname.lastname@example.org or project lead Rebecca Borresen on 07821 055694; tables of 10 and gift vouchers are available.
More Info: JCI Aberdeen is part of the JCI international federation of young entrepreneurs and leaders, for people aged 18 – 40. A range of personal development opportunities are offered to members, including business, social, community and international events and projects.