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The Clink Charity
The aim of The Clink Charity is to reduce re-offending rates of ex-offenders by training and placing graduates upon their release into the hospitality industry. The charity represents a genuine opportunity for change, offering prisoners the chance to gain food preparation, food service and cleaning qualifications as well as experience within an exciting, operational business and in-depth guidance to find full-time employment within the hospitality industry upon release. The Clink Charity operates the Clink Restaurant in collaboration with HMP High Down, the Prison Service and the Ministry of Justice and is looking to develop The Clink concept in other prisons throughout the UK, as well as in external public locations.
The Clink Cymru will produce highly trained ex-offenders that will be placed into full-time....
The issue of re-offending has become one of the most pressing challenges facing society....
Seasonal food is prepared and cooked in an open plan kitchen enabling diners the....
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The Clink relies on securing funds from private individuals and philanthropic businesses to cover....
The Clink Charity has been shortlisted for the Association of Catering Excellence’s, ACE Sustains Corporate Award. The ceremony will be held on Wednesday 17th July at the annual ACE Summer Event at The Crystal, London’s [...]
On Monday 11th May 2009, The Clink Restaurant at HMP High Down first opened its doors to the public following many years of development by Chef Alberto Crisci, founder. The Clink’s five step programme is [...]
Success Story – Meet Michael
Released from prison on 31st August 2012, Michael (aged 25) is a successful graduate from The Clink Restaurant at HMP High Down. Now working at one of the Thistle Hotels in London, within the meetings [...]
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The Clink Cymru is open to the general public. We expect demand to be....
We would like to thank our generous suppliers. Their continued support allows The Clink....