Some of Cornwall’s top chefs will be joining The Fishermen’s Mission next week for a celebratory evening of Cornish food and drink.

Among the chefs taking over the kitchen at the Alverton in Truro next Thursday (Oct 13), will be St Enodoc’s Guy Owen, Kota’s Jude Kereama, The Rick Stein Group’s Stephane Delourme and The Alverton’s very own executive chef, Nick Hodges.

The chefs will be preparing a five-course menu to be served in the hotel’s historic Great Hall, that will highlight the very best seafood, grass-fed meats and harvest available across the Duchy.

The evening will end with a special charity auction in aid of The Fishermen’s Mission, that includes a signed rugby shirt by the Irish and British Lions Squad, a signed racing helmet from Olympian Sir Ben Ainslie, a night’s stay, and a dining experience at The Greenbank and Alverton hotels and lots more.

Since 1881 The Fishermen’s Mission has delivered vital support to fishermen, their families and communities. With more than 13,000 people working in fishing across the UK, the charity strive to alleviate loneliness and improve welfare in fishing communities through providing emergency response to those in need, all year round.

Tickets cost £69 each, with a portion of each ticket going toward The Fishermen’s Mission charity.  For more information and to buy a ticket, click here.