Heston Blumenthal rewarded for support in Hospitality Action awards

18 October 2006
Heston Blumenthal rewarded for support in Hospitality Action awards

Three Michelin-starred chef Heston Blumenthal has received the Ambassador award for services to industry charity Hospitality Action.

The Fat Duck's chef-patron was one of a number of high-profile names recognised at the Hospitality Action Cool Ball, held last Friday (13 October).

Fred Barnes, chief executive of 3663 was given the President's award from William Murray PR and Troy Smith of Steelite International picked up the Harvey's Heroes Award, sponsored by Compass UK & Ireland.

New accord the Ark Foundation Award for Corporate Social Responsibility went to the Royal Garden hotel, London.

Held at the capital's Grosvenor House hotel the fundraising night raised more than £100,000 for the charity, which aids hospitality employees facing hard times.

Caterers raise £5,000 in Three Peaks Challenge >>

New trustees join Hospitality Action >>

BHA boss to chair Hospitality Action >>

Why Hospitality Action deserves your support >>

By Chris Druce

E-mail your comments to Chris Druce](mailto:chris.druce@rbi.co.uk?subject=Heston Blumenthal rewarded for support in Hospitality Action awards) here.

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