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The Clink Charity was founded in 2010 to operate a high quality training restaurant project within the walls of HMP High Down, Sutton, Surrey.
The Clink Charity plans to build upon the success of the first year of operation to roll out more Clink units within the Ministry of Justice prison estate. Funding will be required from Trusts and Foundations @ £500k per Clink depending on the site and location.
In order for The Clink Charity to continue it’s work, it is vital to engage with the hospitality industry to support the valued work to reduce re-offending rates. If you are able to provide future employment opportunities or training please contact the Chief Executive of The Clink Charity, Chris Moore
To find out more about employing an ex-offender please download our guide here.
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The Clink Charity appoints group mentoring ambassador to support prisoners’ continued educational development
The Clink Charity is strengthening its Ambassador Programme as Graham Bamford joins the line-up of hospitality experts as group mentoring ambassador. As a charity that provides hospitality training to prisoners the support of dedicated industry […]
We’ve decided to start opening The Clink Restaurant at HMP Cardiff for service every Wednesday and Friday evening and for Sunday lunch. These extended hours will enable us to expand the breadth of training for […]
With eight poly tunnels up and running we welcome the latest additions to The Clink Gardens at HMP Send – 49 Rhode Island Red chickens. Having settled in, their incredible egg laying abilities will provide […]