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Following its restaurants at HMP Cardiff and High Down in Surrey, the Clink charity is launching a third outlet in the old governor’s house at HMP Brixton. Like its predecessors, the new venue will
serve as a training establishment for inmates and an ‘opportunity for rehabilitation’ – all supported by local businesses and members of the public. The restaurant is spread over three floors, with
a meetings venue attached: note that online reservations for lunch or breakfast can be obtained by visiting the restaurant’s website. The charity is planning to extend even further, with a plan for
10 outlets by the end of 2017.
It isn't all that often that your dining experience is muddled with social responsibility and penal reform, but last week I was fortunate enough to visit The Clink Restaurant Brixton where this particular brand of innovation was dished up in spades! I left feeling positively inspired and curiously determined to get involved; spending the remainder of my week focusing on whatever project management skills, academic background and/or network I may have to bring to this innovative table...you know, those skills that somehow earn me just enough enough pennies to binge and guzzle my way through London, and scamper around...
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