Star chef serves up gifts at Kentish Town primary school

Celebrity chef Bryn Williams dished out non-edible treats to pupils at Kentish Town Primary School following fundraising efforts at his restaurant.

The chef at Odette’s in Primrose Hill presented children at the school in Islip Street with gifts to help their education.

Throughout November and December, Odette’s raised �609 for children’s charity Variety to pay for the gifts.

Mr Williams said: “We gave each classroom a fun and educational gift that they could all share, and their reactions when they unwrapped the presents were just fantastic. Hopefully they will be able to use the gifts for a long time to come.”

Wendy Baker, extended services co-ordinator at Kentish Town Primary, said: “Children and staff at the school would like to send an enormous thank-you to Bryn and to Variety for all they do for us.”


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