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Wessex Salon Culinaire moves to the New Forest for 2013

26 February 2012 by
Wessex Salon Culinaire moves to the New Forest for 2013

Wessex Salon Culinaire](http://www.craftguildofchefs.org/competitions/wessex-salon-culinaire/14) will move from its traditional site at the Hotel and Catering Expo to a new location next year.

The live culinary competition will be held between April 3 and 4 in 2013 at [Brockenhurst College ](http://www.brock.ac.uk/)in the New Forest National Park.

The contest, which is organised in association with the [Craft Guild of Chefs](http://www.craftguildofchefs.org/index.php), will put student chefs through their paces across a range of classes that include hot and cold dishes and restaurant service.

To take part in the competition or to register interest as a sponsor, contact the Craft Guild of Chefs on 020 8948 3870 or e-mail [craftguild@btconnect.com](mailto:craftguild@btconnect.com)

By Angela Frewin

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