Colleagues at the College welcomed members of the press to the penultimate gourmet dinner of the term, with students serving up traditional Mauritian dishes with Bristol-based blogger Brinda Bungaroo.
The event, which received high praise from the special guests, showcased the very best of what our students could do and what our courses have to offer.
The press night acted as an opportunity to network and broaden relationships with the press who have been working closely with our PR and Communications Officer Ellie Young and other staff within the College.
Guests included representatives from Bristol Life, Business Insider and What’s On Bristol and many shared their own photos on the evening of the event in action. Our press contacts are really important to us so that we can share the great news and success that come from our students and staff.
The students, along with blogger Brinda Bungaroo from Brinda’s Mauritius Delights, served up traditional home-cooked Mauritian foods, described by Brinda as being ‘the perfect meal for a cold winter’s night’ including a chicken stew and chickpea curry.
Ellie said: “I am so grateful to Ryan, Des and the students, as well as guest chef Brinda, for putting on a brilliant evening. Our VIPs from the press were blown away by their efforts and the event has since gained a lot of additional PR for the College, including a spread in the upcoming What’s On magazine coming out in January.”