Acknowledging the hard work of two familiar faces at the Food Academy was high on the menu at a presentation organised by the Leeds office of hlw Keeble Hawson.
The law firm’s Leeds office managing partner, Richard Fergusson, gave a trophy and £100 each to Kevin Hughes and Danny McHugh.
Both Danny and Kevin have completed NVQ Level 3 in Professional Cookery while at the Food Academy at Flannels as part of an apprenticeship with Leeds City College.
Kevin, 25, originally started off front of and progressed to head chef in less than two years. He is now working towards his teacher qualifications at the College.
Danny, 20, joined the Food Academy as an apprentice chef in September 2011, before being promoted to head chef earlier this year.
The Food Academy’s commercial manager Jean Pierre Noret said: “The College is delighted to see Kevin and Danny received recognition for all their hard work and commitment and thanks hlw Keeble Hawson for their support.”
A charity raffle also held during the evening raised almost £460 for St. Gemma’s Hospice.
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