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Catering courses for those over 19 will have less funding available under government plans

Adult catering courses face funding cuts

By Emma Eversham

Adult catering courses are among those facing funding cuts as the government plans to reduce budgets by an average of 16 per cent to further education colleges

London hotels saw a 6.4 per cent occupancy boost in February

London hotels ‘back on track’

By Becky Paskin

London’s hotels have ‘bounced back’ from the recession, according to new figures released today by PKF Hotel Consultancy Services

Patrick Stapleton

Pearls of Wisdom: Patrick Stapleton

By Emma Eversham

Dublin-born Patrick Stapleton has worked at hotels all over the UK and Ireland for the past 30 years. He is currently general manager of the Hilton Birmingham Metropole

Recycling food waste could be made mandatory under the proposals

Government proposal forces businesses to recycle

By Becky Paskin

A proposal to ban sending recyclable items such as food, cardboard, cans and glass to landfill may mean restaurants, pubs and hotels that do not currently recycle, will be forced to do so

The Black Horse will be given a similar look and feel to Salisbury's four other pubs

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Salisbury Pubs to open fifth site

By Emma Eversham

Dining pub company Salisbury Pubs has added a fifth pub to its estate, the Black Horse in Fulmer

This year's winners will get £3k and a study trip organised by Discover the Origin

Gastronomy Team of 2010 deadline extended

By Becky Paskin

The Academy of Food and Wine (AFW) has extended the deadline for its 2010 Gastronomy Team of the Year competition and announced bursary prizes worth up to £10k for the winners

Coal Grill and Bar will open four more sites this year

Coal Grill and Bar doubles estate

By Chris Druce

Chargrill restaurant chain, Coal Grill and Bar, has doubled its estate after acquiring sites in Guildford, Richmond, Bristol and Exeter

Raymond Blanc is off his feet for  12 weeks

Raymond Blanc out of the kitchen for 12 weeks

By Emma Eversham

Raymond Blanc has been told he has to stay out of the kitchen at his Oxfordshire restaurant Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons for 12 weeks while he recovers from a broken leg


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