Butcher to hold charity day for Pepper

Butcher Joe Collier, of Eastwoods of Berkhamsted, is planning to raise money for the Pepper Foundation, a charity for terminally ill children with a celebrity-led action-packed evening on 18 April.

Butcher Joe Collier, of Eastwoods of Berkhamsted, is planning to raise money for the Pepper Foundation, a charity for terminally ill children with a celebrity-led action-packed evening on 18 April, at Berkhamsted Collegiate School. The star guest, celebrity chef Antony Worrall Thompson, will cut up a whole side of pork, from the Rare Breed Meat Company, and demonstrate different products being cooked.

Jimmy from Jimmy's Farm and Paul Kelly from Kelly's Turkeys will be giving a talk and demonstration on game, while Nigel Barden from the BBC will MC the evening.

Ladies in Pig will also be lending their support to the evening by bringing their trailer with them from which they will be cooking Antony Worrall Thompson burgers.

Ashley Walcott, a trainee chef and brother of footballer Theo Walcott, will be "chefing' on the evening along with South American chef Aida Popplestone.

Q-Guild members supporting the charity event include David Lidgate, and Keith Mulford from Dennis of Bexley, and Alan Bennett who will be demonstrating his renowned sausage making skills.

Joe will be auctioning prizes including a Fools and Horse board game donated and signed by David Jason the star of the TV series. "David has also given me a jar of chutney which he is hoping to produce on a commercial basis."

Joe is hoping to raise £8,000 from the Pepper Foundation and said sales for tickets that cost £10 were going well.

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