Four renowned chefs, including one from East Lancshire, will join forces to cook up a Michelin star-worthy menu this November and funds raised will go to charity.

Tom Parker, who hails from Burnley and is head chef at The White Swan at Fence, will be cooking up a storm with fellow chefs Aiden Byrne, Ellis Barrie and Paul Leonard, this November.

The four chefs will come together for an evening of exquisite dining to raise funds for Hospitality Action, a charity that helps those in the hospitality industry on the brink of poverty or suffering with poor mental health due to the skyrocketing cost of living crisis, 80 per energy price cap increase or hospitality staffing crisis.

On Monday November 7 at Liverpool Hilton Hotel, guests will be treated to a truly phenomenal four course dinner prepared by the chefs.

With more than 50 combined years of experience within the industry, the one night only event is sure to be a momentous dining affair – and all to support a great cause.

Joining the evening’s line-up is Hospitality Action ambassador Paul Askew of The Art School Restaurant – a stalwart of Liverpool’s burgeoning dining scene.

The evening will commence with a drinks and canapé reception, followed by a four-course meal, where each of the chefs will create one signature dish.

Guests will also have the chance to join the prize draw and auctions to get their hands on exclusive experiences and overnight stays – with all proceeds being donated to Hospitality Action.

Chief Executive of Hospitality Action, Mark Lewis, said: “Our chefs are guaranteed to cook up a storm, showcasing their enviable culinary skills to present signature dishes using the finest local ingredients.

“All proceeds from the evening will help Hospitality Action to provide grants to families in the grip of poverty who are often suffering from poor mental health.

“Since the start of the pandemic, our grants have put food on the table and kept the lights on for over 7,500 hospitality households across the country.

"And it's only thanks to the generosity of our chefs and guests that we are able to meet the surge in demand this winter will surely bring.”

Tickets for the Chefs Dinner at Hilton Liverpool City Centre cost £130 per person and £1,250 for a table of ten.

Aged 16, Tom began his career at Northcote in Langho as an apprentice.

He went on to win Young Chef of the Year in 2011, aged 21, and became a senior sous chef at 24.

During his time at Northcote, Tom went on a work placement to three Michelin star De Leest in the Netherlands.

Wanting to gain more experience and see a little of the world he then went to Mexico to work at Capella.

Upon returning home, he joined a new business venture with friends at The White Swan in Fence in December 2013, and went about changing it from a small local’s pub to a fine dining pub/restaurant which holds a Michelin Star.

You can purchase your tickets to the event on the Hospitality Action website: