Dive Project Cornwall Charity Dinner

Boconnoc House | Thursday 16th March | 7pm – 11pm

Individual Tickets (seated communally) £110 / Table £1,000 (Tickets no longer available)

Introducing a very special charity dinner for Dive Project Cornwall supported by Helping Hands & Pans – taking place on Thursday 16th March at Boconnoc House near Lostwithiel.

The four-course set menu of seafood and meat dishes will be cooked by a team of from Helping Hands and Pans, including past and present Rick Stein chefs – Stephane Delourme, Mark O’Hagan, Stuart Pate, Tim Kendall and Kye Byford – supported by Tony Duce and his incredible apprentice chefs from Truro and Penwith College. From this list of names, you know you’re going to have the most memorable evening with some serious cookery skills on show.

A few very experienced professionals will be shining their shoes and pressing their best shirts to give you the warmest of welcomes front of house, supported by a brigade of very kind volunteers.

Tickets are £110 per person or £1000 for a table of 10, including a glass of Whispering Angel on arrival and half a bottle of wine, with the proceeds going to Dive Project Cornwall – specifically to help 400 lucky teenagers experience a life changing trip to Cornwall where over 6 days they will learn to scuba dive and learn about the importance of the oceans and its marine life.

There will also be a raffle and auction on the night, with some rather nice prizes on offer Again, all proceeds will go support Dive Project Cornwall’s work.

Please note: Individual tickets will seated on communal tables.

More about Dive Project Cornwall

Their vision is simple – eliminate plastic pollution and protect the marine environment to save all life in our oceans.

By raising awareness of how we can all work together to protect our marine habitats they encourage us all to make sustainable choices and each year, DIVE inspires 400 teenagers by training them to become ‘Ocean Influencers’. Each Ocean Influencer goes on to passionately inspire, engage and motivate future generations to protect our oceans.