Chef serves up warning
A CHEF who used to work at one of the world's most famous hotels visited college students to talk about the dangers of alcohol and drug addiction.
During the talk, Michael Quinn spoke to hospitality and catering students at South Cheshire College about his own battle with booze.
The former 'maitre chef de cuisine' at London's Ritz Hotel has created the Ark Global Foundation to deliver awareness sessions to young people.
Shane Guildford, chef lecturer at the Crewe-based college, said: "It was fantastic to have Michael in college.
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"It was a way of showing students the enormous opportunities which are available in the hospitality and catering industry, but the dangers and pitfalls of such a career."