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PX Festival

So the Px+ Festival is coming up this weekend to celebrate the people in the hospitality industry who are dedicating their lives to the experiences of others. This year both Doug and Andrew will be collaborating with friends throughout the weekend. Doug will be working with Friend and fellow chef Scott Goss, doing a menu showcasing the exceptional British goat meat. Provided by Cabrito Goat (James Whetlor).

Last year Franco Fubini, Founder of Natoora quickly threw an event together to raise money for Pilot Light with Andrew. Im happy to say that again this year they will again be working together on Sunday night to showcase an amazing array of local produce using the Firepit to cook a Feast for Everyone. Tickets are still available for both. events.

Look forward to seeing everyone there.

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We cannot do this alone! Together, we can create a community of like-minded professionals united by a common cause: to shine a light on these issues and act as a beacon of support to those affected by them.

Contact us at info@pilotlightcampaign.co.uk to continue this conversation.