Liberty Kitchen wins BBC Food and Farming Award

From left to right: Awards judges Nihal Arthanayake and Angela Hartnett, Project founder Janet Boston, Guild chair and Awards judge Genevieve Taylor and Philippa Davis

Guild member Philippa Davis is delighted to share the news that Liberty Kitchen, the project she helped set up and supports, won best street food category at this year’s BBC Food and Farming Awards.

Liberty kitchen is a London street-food project working with prisoners inside Pentonville Prison and those released. It was set up to help reduce reoffending rates and provide a chance for positive change through food.

If you are interested in getting involved the project is looking for a chef (paid) to help inside the prison and at the street markets and volunteers to run a monthly(ish) masterclass inside Pentonville.
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For more information please contact Philippa (