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Lottery funded project is the dish of the day

Italian 5 Course Pop Up Fine Dining Experience at Ty Llewelyn Community Centre

Having successfully secured lottery funding, Carolyn Hodrien, Centre Manager at Ty Llewelyn Community Centre wasted no time in installing a long awaited commercial kitchen at the Centre’s 1950’s Diner and employing a full time Chef in the shape of Shaun Lynch, formerly of the Queen’s Head, Glanwydden.

The lottery funded project aims to help local residents gain the skills needed to access employment in the local hospitality industry, which the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno is so dependent on.

Shaun has wasted no time in putting new menus together, making the most of the fantastic new facilities whilst giving local residents delicious, good quality, affordable meals. All made from scratch with the emphasis being on using locally sourced produce and fruit and vegetables grown in the Centre’s own allotment. Daily specials and delicious desserts are also available.

To showcase Shaun’s extensive range of skills and experience and of course for Ty Llewelyn to showcase their newly refurbished centre meeting rooms, diner and brand new kitchen, they would like to invite to an exclusive event:

Italian 5 Course Pop Up Fine Dining Experience

Wednesday 23rd August
Arrival 7pm for 7.30pm
Annie Oaks 50’s Diner
£15 per person

As Ty Llewelyn Community Centre is a charity, any profit from the evening will go straight back into supporting the local community. Join Network She, who will be there on the night, in supporting this fantastic, delicious initiative.

Asian Fusion evening planned for 26th September.

For more information and to book a table please contact Ty Llewelyn on 01492 873412.

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