A new restaurant is to open in Brixton prison with the aim of educating prisoners and equipping them with the skills and tools to secure employment upon their release.
The Clink Charity have been granted planning permission to proceed with transforming the old Governors house that has been used recently as administration offices within the grounds of the prison into a three-story restaurant and meetings venue due to open in early 2014.
The restaurant will follow The Clink’s Five Step Programme that has been successfully implemented at the award winning and successful Clink restaurant at HMP High Down in Surrey,.
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