Mezze Supports Youth Development With £12,000 Education Donation

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By Paramount PR | Wednesday, December 04, 2013, 11:11

MEZZE Restaurants is offering schools and colleges across the South West the chance to benefit from £12,000 worth of professional cricket coaching to aid student development.

The restaurant chain supports both community projects and charities and has decided to further extend its outreach projects to schools across the region.

It will donate £1,000 worth of professional cricket coaching to 12 schools or colleges across Bristol and North Somerset as part of a link up project.

Mezze Director Alex Tryfonos, a full Marylebone Cricket Club member (MCC) is keen to develop aspiring cricketers.

Alex said: "Mezze is keen to support community projects and already offers an apprentice scheme in conjunction with St Katharine's Catering College in Pill.

"We would like to further extend our links with schools and colleges to support youth development by offering 12 educational establishments £1,000 each worth of coaching.

"This will be led by English Cricketer Rob Cunliffe, who is an enormously talented right-handed batsman and sharp fielder.

"During his nine years in first-class cricket he played for Gloucestershire and Leicestershire, as well as playing in six Youth Test matches for England in 1993. 

"Having retired from first-class cricket in 2003 Rob is now a full time cricket coach.

"Coaching will be granted on a first served basis."

Schools interested in the coaching link up should contact Mezze PR Manager Vicki FitzGerald on 07765276464 or email 



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