Archive: February 2016

The Clink Charity appoints BBC historian Dan Snow as Group Communications Ambassador

Television presenter Dan Snow, well-known for his regular appearances on the BBC’s One Show, has joined prisoner rehabilitation initiative The Clink Charity as Group Communications Ambassador, having been an avid supporter of the initiative since the first restaurant opened in 2009.
An Oxford graduate in Modern History, Dan has carved out an incredible television career, presenting a number of history documentaries and gaining several awards over the last 15 years. Adding writing to his repertoire, Dan authored Battle Castles: 500 Years […]

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The Clink Charity appoints BBC historian Dan Snow as Group Communications Ambassador

Television presenter Dan Snow, well-known for his regular appearances on the BBC’s One Show, has joined prisoner rehabilitation initiative The Clink Charity as Group Communications Ambassador, having been an avid supporter of the initiative since the first restaurant opened in 2009.
An Oxford graduate in Modern History, Dan has carved out an incredible television career, presenting a number of history documentaries and gaining several awards over the last 15 years. Adding writing to his repertoire, Dan authored Battle Castles: 500 Years […]

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The Church of the Holy Innocents celebrates 125 years of their West London Parish with theatrical revue

A Clink Charity supporter – The Church of the Holy Innocents on Paddenswick Road in West London – is holding a production of prose, poetry, dancing and music to celebrate 125 years since their Parish was founded with all proceeds being donated to The Clink Charity.
The production will be held on Sunday 6th and Monday 7th of February at the church and will delve into the Parish’s rich history. A core cast of professional actors and musicians directed by the […]

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The Clink Charity Ball 2016 raises nearly £50,000 for prisoner hospitality training schemes

Prisoner rehabilitation initiative The Clink Charity held its first ever fundraising extravaganza – The Clink Charity Ball 2016 – on Friday 15 January, in association with venue partner Lancaster London on Hyde Park.
The total raised from ticket sales, the auction and raffle tickets reached a staggering £47,278.50. The money will be re-invested into the charity’s work to reduce reoffending rates through the provision of accredited City & Guilds NVQ training and assessment in food preparation and food service.
The proceeds from […]

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