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It seems like only yesterday that it opened but the wonderful Fifteen restaurant in London has turned 10! To celebrate this landmark the restaurant has invited back some of its kitchen legends, graduates from the last decade, to show-off their skills. The Supper Club takes place on the 15th of each month, and each chef Read the full article…

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Story by Daniel Castles Fifteen London’s Apprentice Programme – Applications & Open Mornings As you may already know, Fifteen London recruits 18 unemployed young people every year, aged between 18 and 24, and trains them to become professional chefs. As part of the year-long course, apprentices get hands-on training in the Fifteen kitchen, spend one Read the full article…

Story by Charles Mather Let me start with explaining what Fifteen is. In 2002 a chef by the name of Jamie Oliver started Fifteen London, a charity that gives young disadvantaged people the opportunity to become top class Chefs. The restaurant was named after the first fifteen apprentices to graduate from the programme. Every year Read the full article…

Story by Hatty Cary On the 16th December, a group from Fifteen catered at Claremont’s annual Christmas party. The centre, based in Angel, provides a community hub for older people at which they can participate in a wide range of life-enhancing activities from fitness, art, dance and choir workshops to psychotherapy. After having had such Read the full article…