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An exciting new collaboration with popular Norfolk chefs.

Delicious food, alcohol free refreshments and profits to a worthy cause. 

As part of our new social enterprise, The Matthew Project are thrilled to announce the launch of DINE.

Working with talented chefs from across the county, we will be converting our award winning centre into a restaurant, where you will be able to enjoy a unique experience each month.

Our launch night on Wednesday 4th October will be showcasing the work of Michelin starred chef, Liam Nichols from Store at Stoke Mill, 'a hidden gem tucked away in a discrete location. A place where French food mingles with English classics and dishes are familiar, yet enticingly different.' Liam is a Norwich native who’s been cooking in kitchens across the world, finally returning to his hometown to showcase his own cooking. We are incredibly honoured to have his support.

This event sold out within 48 hours. Below is information about our next event.

Our equally exciting follow up to Liam, sees popular Norfolk chef Nathan Rackham join us for another evening of culinary delights!

Nathan is the chef/owner of Journal Dining, a new business in East Anglia that puts ethics and staff welfare at the top of its list. From his Norfolk roots to his French Michelin background, Nathan puts good relationships and happy staff first; when all combined, it enables him to take his guests on a journey through the flavours of his life.

Nathan is busy creating a three course menu for £60pp. Further details will be available in due course.

In the meantime, clear your diary from 7pm to 10pm on Wednesday 29th November, get your family and friends to do the same and book now to start your festive season in style!

Dining with us promises you a fantastic evening, but there are other benefits too. Working alongside our guest chefs in the kitchen and serving in the restaurant will be young people and adult service users. The skills, experience and knowledge they will gain could be invaluable in helping them move forward with their journeys. And what a great addition to a C.V!

All profits earned from these events will go back into helping us fund our lifesaving work. So this is really catering with a cause.

At each event, our centre will be open for you to take a look around so you can learn more about what we do and how you might be able to continue supporting us.

In line with our ethos and the rising interest in 'sober curious' nights out, we will not be offering alcohol at these events. Instead, we will stock a range of refreshments to tantalise your tastebuds, without the hangover!

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