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College presents evening with 2016 Masterchef winner

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10th April 2018

The City of Liverpool College plays host to one of the industry’s top chefs next week (Tues 6 Feb), as part of its planned programme of events during Visitor Economy Week.

Chef Gary Maclean, winner of Masterchef: The Professionals 2016, will prepare dinner for more than sixty guests at the College’s Academy Restaurant (Duke Street). His plans also include a masterclass with the college’s promising chef apprentices, in readiness to support preparations for his four-course taster menu, and showcase the skills that won Gary his sought after title.

The dinner is offered as part of more than fifty events and activities taking place across the region to inform young people about the variety of opportunities available in the region’s growing Visitor industry.

Visitor Economy Week is an annual event sponsored by the Liverpool City Region’s Enterprise Hub, in partnership with businesses and colleges across Merseyside.

The Visitor industry is worth around £4.3bn to the Liverpool City Region’s economy and is expected to see a rise in job creation from its current 50,000 jobs in the sector to 55,000 by 2022.

 

Go to Visitor Economy Week site

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