Some of our members from Buxton and District visited
The Clink Restaurant at HMP Styal
They enjoyed delicious, high-quality meals that are cooked and served by the prisoners in training, and who are working towards gaining their City & Guilds NVQs in Food & Beverage Service, Professional Cookery and Food Hygiene.
Its situated in a converted chapel, the air-conditioned restaurant allows prisoners to learn, engage with the public and take their first steps towards a new life. All the leather upholstery and boardroom tables are made by prisoners at HMP Frankland and poetry are from former Clink trainees