The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) a leading research charity, has organised a unique fund-raising event in Fulham that involves a special butchery demonstration of a roe deer followed by a delicious dinner created especially for the evening by celebrated TV game chef Mike Robinson.
This one-of-a-kind event will take place at Mike Robinson's pub, The Harwood Arms in Fulham on the evening of Wednesday 30 April 2014. Proceeds for the evening will go towards funding the GWCT's vital and groundbreaking game and wildlife research.
As well as owning and running The Harwood Arms and other gourmet food businesses, Mike Robinson is celebrated as a presenter of cookery programmes for BBC2, ITV1, Sky and UKTV Food, as well as writing a range of best-selling cookery books and DVDs.
For those with a hankering to become a hunter/gatherer, Mike will be butchering a whole roe deer and talking everyone through the best way to handle a carcass. Afterwards there will be a delicious two-course dinner designed specially by the chefs at the Harwood Arms. There will also be a small auction and raffle in order to raise money for the Trust at the end of the evening.
GWCT London events organiser Lucy Pearson said, "It should be a very interesting and relaxed evening where there is no seating plan but you just grab a few chairs with your friends, learn some useful new skills and enjoy the delicious offerings of some expert chefs. We are really thrilled that Mike has agreed to arrange this evening for you. It is certainly very different."
Tickets are available at £50 per person, but numbers are strictly limited to 50. For more information please contact Lucy Pearson at email@example.com or by phone on 0207 290 0110.
Photocaption: Mike Robinson's demonstration dinner will be both informative and delicious, as well as raising funds for the GWCT.
Notes to editors
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust – providing research-led conservation for a thriving countryside. The GWCT is an independent wildlife conservation charity which has carried out scientific research into Britain’s game and wildlife since the 1930s. We advise farmers and landowners on improving wildlife habitats. We employ 22 post-doctoral scientists and 50 other research staff with expertise in areas such as birds, insects, mammals, farming, fish and statistics. We undertake our own research as well as projects funded by contract and grant-aid from Government and private bodies. The Trust is also responsible for a number of Government Biodiversity Action Plan species and is lead partner for grey partridge and joint lead partner for brown hare and black grouse.
ISDN radio broadcast line – at our Fordingbridge HQ we have an ISDN radio broadcast line, allowing us to conduct interviews remotely.
For information, contact:
Telephone: 01425 651000