Fine dining experience for award winning Gosport pupils

DRESSED UP From left, Bay House pupils Jade Stirling, Sophie Merrick, Yasmin Hodge and Antoinette Merryfield who won a young business prize.    Picture: Malcolm Wells (110322-9693)
DRESSED UP From left, Bay House pupils Jade Stirling, Sophie Merrick, Yasmin Hodge and Antoinette Merryfield who won a young business prize. Picture: Malcolm Wells (110322-9693)
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PUPILS got the chance to see their restaurant ideas brought to life after winning a business prize.

As part of a competition run by the Education Business Partnership, a group of students from Bay House School, in Gosport, hosted a charity dinner evening in the Quartermaster’s Kitchen, in the Royal Marines Museum, in Eastney.

The youngsters designed their own menu after winning an enterprise challenge, called Cafe Coolio, where they had to plan, design and cost a new restaurant.

They sold tickets to the evening and all money raised was donated to Help for Heroes.