South Downs College students are cooking food to perfection

GIFT Kenwood has given the teaching kitchens at South Downs College new equipment
GIFT Kenwood has given the teaching kitchens at South Downs College new equipment
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BUDDING Gordon Ramsays and Raymond Blancs have the latest equipment to create their culinary masterpieces thanks to a donation.

Havant-based Kenwood DeLonghi has donated an range of kitchen appliances to South Downs College.

The equipment includes mixers, hand blenders, coffee makers and ice cream machines for use by catering students.

Gerry Shurman, head of catering, hospitality and travel at the college, said: ‘The donation means that students have the opportunity to use the latest equipment in cookery and restaurant activity, and will be able to buy and use the same appliances for personal use.

‘We are fortunate to have one of the world’s top producers on our doorstep and look forward to collaborative projects in the future.’

Mark Swift, director of marketing for Kenwood DeLonghi, said: ‘We take great pride in being associated with South Downs College as part of our involvement in the community.

‘South Downs College gives Kenwood the opportunity to support young people looking for a future in food.’