Thursday 28th June: Peter Harrison is delighted to team up with Mike Warner and they hope you are able to join them to celebrate a special evening of British fish and shellfish.
Set in the convivial surroundings of Brick Kiln Barn near Peasenhall, the evening will begin with a few glasses of Prosecco and an offering of delicious canapés, followed by a three-course menu.
Bring your own wine.
Thursday 28th June, starts at 7.30pm.
£45 per person.
For reservations please email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Mike Warner
Freelance food writer, fisheries journalist and sustainable seafood consultant.
Mike writes on all aspects of the commercial UK fishing industry and travels the country talking to fishermen and producers about the native fish and shellfish landed to our ports. He then takes their stories and relays them in a consumer-facing way, to better educate, inform and enthuse chefs, restaurateurs, food service and media professionals and the general public.
He writes technical, creative and PR copy for commercial fishing and food/lifestyle publications and is a regular features contributor to Country Life magazine. Mike has a particular interest in the Under 10 metre, inshore fishing fleet and its economic importance, heritage and sustainability in the communities that it supports. He also conducts bespoke tours for interested parties to fishing ports and markets around the UK, where they get to ’meet the fishermen’ and are shown the ‘net to plate’ story and the work involved in the sustainable harvesting of our seas.
His blog ‘A Passion for Seafood’ has twice been shortlisted for the Guild of Food Writers Best Food Blog in 2016/17. Mike is a Patron of the National Lobster Hatchery in Padstow, a Trustee of the charity Fishing Into The Future and Project and Business Development Manager for the Shellfish Association of Gt Britain. He is also an active member of the Guild of Food Writers.