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The Inn at Fossebridge

PUBLISHED: 14:57 11 January 2011 | UPDATED: 17:20 20 February 2013

Pete Griffin with Alex West and Mark Wilderspin.

Pete Griffin with Alex West and Mark Wilderspin.

Rob Rees, the Cotswold Chef and new head of the Government backed School Food Trust, launched a new partnership with The Inn at Fossebridge with an event featuring live cooking demonstrations and music.

Rob Rees, the Cotswold Chef and new head of the Government backed School Food Trust, launched a new partnership with The Inn at Fossebridge with an event featuring live cooking demonstrations and music.

The Inn will be promoted as one of several locations key to the promotion of the food side of the Cotswold Chef business worldwide. The Inn will be used for a range of courses and act as a venue for food promotion.

The event featured dishes prepared and cooked by Rob Rees to a specially invited audience from the Cotswolds. The Inns head chef, Damien Dupuis, provided canaps and a finger buffet for the guests enjoyment.

Robert Jenkins, who acquired the Inn at Fossebridge five years ago, has invested heavily in all aspects of the business to achieve AA and Quality in Tourism four star recognition, together with a food accreditation mark. During the event, guests were asked to make donations to the charity Wiggly Worm, founded by Rob Rees, which works to improve health, well being and self esteem among the vulnerable, disadvantaged or seldom heard. The charity uses food in practical ways as a tool to deliver physical and mental health benefits.


Photography by Shaun Thompson

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