Supper Club Founder and Professional Chef Helps St. John’s

On 19th December 2016, St. John’s School and College will be holding an evening Christmas Fundraiser hosted at Ginger & Dobbs, a Shoreham based café & grocers, supported by up and coming chef Louise Campbell.

Ginger-Dobbs-41 (002)The evening is about meeting new people, enjoying delicious food & drink with a Filipino twist, and raising funds and awareness for the work of an important local learning disability organisation.

Food will be hand prepared and cooked by professional chef and Filipino Mestiza Supper Club Founder, Louise Campbell.

Ms Campbell who too took voluntary redundancy from a top 100 law firm 2 years ago has gathered a plethora of technical cooking skills and experience working at Polpo, 64 Degrees, Ginger & Dobbs and Casa Ciro.

She said, “I have travelled around Asia, Australia and New Zealand as well as working in some amazing restaurants to improve my abilities. I am currently enjoying my time in the hospitality industry and love meeting new people. I have a huge passion for food so it’s a pleasure to help run this event for St. John’s. I love to cook fresh, healthy and tasty dishes particularly Filipino and Mediterranean cuisine.”

The tickets priced at £30pp include a free drink on arrival courtesy of BBS Wine, entry to the 10 luxury prize raffle and delicious finger expertly prepared finger food.

The money raised from the event will be used to purchase vital learning disability equipment for the 100+ learning disabled and special needs pupils of the Brighton and Seaford based SEN organisation, St. John’s.

Tickets can be purchased by contacting Nicholas Cross on or 01273 244000. 

The event is kindly sponsored by Shoreham based businesses Huxley Digital and Paladone. Huxley Digital Director and Co-Founder said, “It is an honour to be able to support and attend such a worthwhile event and we hope lots of money is raised on the night.”

Emma Schverien Sales Support Executive and Charity Committee member said, “We’re delighted to be part of the event and help a school that makes such a difference to the lives of so many young people with disabilities…the raffle prizes are really amazing too!”