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Billingsgate Seafood School offers reduced rate to Caterer readers

30 March 2012 by
Billingsgate Seafood School offers reduced rate to Caterer readers

Billingsgate Seafood School ](http://www.seafoodtraining.org/)is offering Caterer and Hotelkeeper readers a reduced rate on two half-day sessions designed to help chefs brush up on their fishmongering skills.

The courses - scheduled for 9 May and 24 July - normally cost £50 but the school has cut the price for readers to £40, or £30 per head if four or more people from the same establishment book together.

Sessions begin at 6am with an escorted tour of Billingsgate Fish Market, followed by a light breakfast and a talk on sustainability and using under-utilised species, such as pouting, gurnard and cuttlefish. A practical session with an expert blockman will help delegates hone their knife skills until the session ends at 10am.

To book, phone 020 7517 3548, quoting Caterer12.

By Angela Frewin

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