THREE hospitality management students from Adam Smith College are planning an event as part of their course and to help a good cause at the same time.
Joanna Anderson, Lisa Clark and Kathryn Kelly are currently organising a charity dinner to be held at the end of next month to help raise money and awareness for the Breast Cancer Campaign.
The ladies are currently studying for an HND in Hospitality Management at the college.
The event, which will be held at the college’s St Brycedale Campus in Kirkcaldy, on March 28 will include a five course a la carte meal.
Food for the evening will be created by local celebrity chef, Eadie Manson, with the help of the up and coming chefs of the future.
Lisa (33), told the Press this week: “We decided on the Breast Cancer UK charity as we have all known someone who has been affected or lost the battle of their life with this dreadful disease and would like to raise awareness and funds to help find a cure.”
Joanna (35), continued: “As part of our course we have to plan and carry out a successful food and beverage event and felt this would be the perfect opportunity to do something for Breast Cancer UK.”
The evening event will see those attending receive a free drink on arrival and a five course a la carte meal including wine.
Kathryn (21), added: “Anyone is welcome to come along to the event to help raise money and awareness for this charity and it promises to be a fabulous evening.”
Tickets for the fundraiser are priced £12.50 and are available by contacting Lisa Clark on 07599289008, or emailing her at email@example.com. Some tickets are also available from the reception at the college’s St Brycedale campus.