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Chef Corrigan to launch Lismullin culinary school

Monday, 9th June, 2014 12:09pm

Chef Corrigan to launch Lismullin culinary school

Chef Richard Corrigan is on his home soil of Meath this afternoon to officially launch the Lismullin School of Culinary and Home Arts. 

Chef Richard Corrigan is on his home soil of Meath this afternoon to officially launch the Lismullin School of Culinary and Home Arts. The London-based Ballivor native will speak at the opening as will Michael Ludlow, CEO of the Meath Partnership who co-financed the new facility. Attendees will be shown the new facility which will cater for a wide audience through a range of courses from day long, to weekend to month long courses.

Pictured at the Lismullin School of Culinary Arts were sixth class students from Lismullin National School with instructor Nora Anne Lehane. These students were were one of the first groups to use the new facilities.

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