Stroke Association Thanks Knowsley Community College Hospitality Students

The Stroke Association’s Knowsley group has thanked Knowsley Community College’s Hospitality students for their part in a social event for stroke sufferers.

The Communication Support group, which aids those with speech and language difficulties after suffering a stroke, arranges different activities on a regular basis to provide support and guidance to its members.

Taking place at Bistro 36, the College’s in-house silver service restaurant, KCC Hospitality students helped to hold a social event for members of the support group, offering them a chance to build their communicative skills whilst enjoying a positive atmosphere and a range of freshly prepared pastries and foods.

Discussing why KCC was chosen over the group’s usual meeting place, Theresa O’Sullivan, Communications Support Coordinator for Knowsley at the Stroke Association, explained; “we chose to do something a bit different by choosing Knowsley Community College to build some positive relationships with young people”.

She was full of praise to the learners involved, continuing; “all of the students involved were a credit to Knowsley Community College and the service was fantastic”.

Looking ahead, she says; “The Stroke Association will certainly be hoping to attend again and are already looking at Christmas lunch!”

The event is one of many held at Bistro 36, which is run by Hospitality and Catering students at Knowsley Community College, with food prepared fresh with care and dedication and hospitality offered to the highest of standards.  The Bistro has previously paid host to a range of events, from local community group attendance to award ceremonies and foreign exchange visits.

To experience the great food and service, book your own hospitality at Bistro 36 by calling 0151 477 5775.