Fifteen on hunt for trustees


After seven successful years the charity behind Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall, Cornwall Foundation of Promise, is looking for new trustees and non-exec directors.


The boards are looking for candidates to join the board of trustees of the parent charity and the board of Fifteen Cornwall ltd, the trading subsidiary opened by Oliver in 2005.

The boards meet at least four times a year and are active between meetings supporting the executive teams according to their individual expertise.

The apprentice-chef training programme for which Fifteen is renowned for, remains at the heart of the charity’s strategy, along with the continuing development of the world class destination restaurant within the Fifteen brand. The charity is also expanding its focus to strengthen the local food system and improve food skills in the local community.

If you would like to find out more about the role of a trustee, visit the charity commission website by clicking here.

If you would like to discuss the role further contact .To register your interest in joining one of the Boards, please send an outline CV and covering note to

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