GOLDEN UNION TEAMED UP WITH CENTREPOINT TO OFFER TABLE-SERVED DINNER FOR HOMELESS YOUNGSTERS
There was some chatter amongst the Centrepoint young people about a reunion of S-Club 7. When Rachel Stevens was asked by one of the youths if the band had any plans to get back together she smiled and said she couldn’t comment and that they would “have to wait and see!” with a wink. When S Club Party was played, some of the young people from Centrepoint danced and pointed at Rachel who laughed and pretended to mime the words.
When ‘The Real Hustle’ and ‘Jungle’ star Jessica-Jane Clement even got some cooking tips from Michelin Star Chef, Aldo Zilli, who was more than happy to get to know all of the celebrities, as well as the young people. Downton Abbey’s Allen Leech seemed to enjoy getting stuck into serving up the nation’s favourite food too.
Rachel Stevens: “I’ve always wanted to do something like this before, where you can really give something back to the community. It’s a fantastic cause.”
Jessica-Jane Clement: “It’s so nice to be able to be a part of this charity event. Centrepoint is a brilliant charity and it’s nice to be able to serve fish and chips from Golden Union; it’s one of my favourite foods and it’s gone down so well with everyone!”.
Aldo Zilli: “I’m having a great time and it’s nice to see the smiles on everyone’s faces and serving nice warm food on what’s got to be the coldest night of the year.”