Chef Nathan Outlaw raises money for Fishermen's Mission
Chef Nathan Outlaw and his staff at Rock have raised almost £2,000 for the Fishermen’s Mission charity.
The Michelin star chef said the job of a fisherman was a dangerous one, and he was keen to support the mission.
Mr Outlaw said: ‘It’s quite simple really. Without the fishermen, I’d have no fish to serve in my restaurants. People don’t realise what a difficult job these guys do. They risk their lives every time they go out to sea. I’m only too pleased to support The Fishermen’s Mission, without them these guys would have no-one to turn to if they hit difficult times.’’
Gina Moore, South West fundraising manager for the Fishermen’s Mission. said the charity was very grateful for the generous and continued support it receives from Nathan Outlaw.
“ We would also like to add a big thank you to all the staff at his two Michelin starred Restaurant Nathan Outlaw at the St Enodoc Hotel in Rock for so generously donating a percentage of their tips throughout the year. It was very thoughtful and practical act of kindness from a business which understands the dangers fishermen face out at sea.
“ The charitable support we receive from Nathan and his staff enables us to provide the welfare support our fishermen and their families need and deserve, unconditional and round the clock,’’ she said.