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Jeremy Lee and Mark Hix confirmed for second Soho Food Feast

By Peter Ruddick , 03-Feb-2012
Last updated the 05-Mar-2012 at 11:12 GMT

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Jeremy Lee, Mark Hix and Tom Oldroyd are among the industry personalities who feature in the lineup for the second Soho Food Feast in aid of Soho Parish Primary School in May.

Jeremy Lee of Quo Vadis will join Mark Hix and Tom Oldroyd at the second Soho Food Feast in May

Jeremy Lee of Quo Vadis will join Mark Hix and Tom Oldroyd at the second Soho Food Feast in May

The Meat Wagon, The French House and Robin Hancock of Wright Brothers will also be at the event at St Anne's Church Garden in Wardour Street on Saturday 26 May organised by Margot Henderson.

The chefs, restaurateurs and producers will be taking part in demonstrations, tastings and cooking contests to raise money for Soho Parish Primary School. Last year, the first time the event was held, nearly £30k was raised.

Tickets will be available to buy in advance from the school for £4.00, online for £6.50 from www.sohofoodfeast.co.uk , and £10 on the day. The event will run between 12pm and 5pm.

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