Fakenham apprentice challenges MPs

Apprentice's from Marston's attend an invite to the House of Commons as part of National Apprentice Week

Apprentice's from Marston's attend an invite to the House of Commons as part of National Apprentice Week

Harley Dawson, a second chef-lvel apprentice from the Marstons-owned Running Horse in Fakenham met with MP’s and Government Ministers in the first combined pub, bar, brewing and casual dining showcase which took place at the House of Commons.

Four Government Ministers, 64 MPs and 100 young apprentices, gathered during Apprenticeship Week last week to demonstrate skills and challenge MP’s to take part in pint-pulling, spud peeling, dough stretching, bottle opening and cocktail making. Harley was supported at the event by his General Manager Rob Goodwin. Harley Joined Marston’s straight from school and is now at second chef level, playing an integral part of the management team at the pub. Early recently was crowned the team leader Apprentice of the Year at Marston’s awards ceremony. “I’ve now been at Marston’s for five years and I am undertaking the front-of-house management course. It’s a great career and my family are really proud of everything I’ve achieved.”