Cromer Academy students serve up a treat for charity
- Credit: Andreas Yiasimi
Pupils at a secondary school in north Norfolk were given food for thought with their latest project.
As part of their course work, Hospitality GCSE students at Cromer Academy had to research how to host events, plan and then run them - taking into account food costs and expenses.
However, they served up a treat by hosting two events to raise money for the local charities.
The first event was an American themed barbecue which saw students offering a range of handmade treats with various burgers and salads on offer.
Tickets were sold for £5, raising £70 for the Cromer Foodbank.
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Students then put their bar hosting skills to the test at a mocktail party with a range of canapés and drinks to be sampled. Tickets where sold for £4 and the students were able to raise £40 for the British Red Cross.
These events formed over 60pc of the students work need to gain the qualification.
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