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Feathery Feast Poster 20.01.17NSPCC FEATHERY FEAST 2017 – 25 MARCH

We are excited to be hosting our charity feast again in 2017. The evening will begin with a drinks reception and canapés served in the Old Combination Room, followed by a 7-course sit-down dinner with a selection of wines, finishing with coffee and petit fours. Each of the courses will be put together by top chefs from across the country, who will be assisted by student chefs. The cost of the evening is £95.00 per person, with all proceeds going to NSPCC.

The chefs confirmed so far are;

Adam Smith from Coworth Park

Cyrus Todiwala from Café Spice Namaste

Hayden Groves from BaxterStorey

Mark Poynton from Alimentum Restaurant

Russell Bateman from Colette’s at the Grove

with one more chef still to be announced

Please contact to secure your tickets for this splendid evening.


The Open Cambridge Dinner will return to Corpus in 2017. In previous years this has proved to be huge success – please contact us to register your interest.

More details will follow soon.


Corpus Christi opened its doors to the public for a shared dinner event on the 11th September 2015. The evening started off with a drinks reception on Old Court lawn, followed by a delightful three-course meal with tea and coffee in our wonderful dining hall. A big thank you to all the staff and students that helped make the event such a success!

NSPCC FISH FEAST – 21st March 2015 – WE RAISED £9139.62

"Fishy Feast"146 guests, 60 helpers, 16 different fish, 876 glasses, 2044 pieces of cutlery, 1650 portions of food, 1 great cause!

Following on from the highly successful Dingley Dell Flying Visits Pork Feast in 2013, which raised £7,500 for the NSPCC, Chris Le-Vien (Catering Manager) and the team at Corpus decided to embark on an even more extravagant charity event: a seven-course Fish Feast. On Saturday 21st March the team pulled out all the stops for an evening of mouth-watering dishes and carefully selected wines. Each course was put together by an award-winning chef or industry expert, ably assisted with preparations and plating up by a team of apprentice chefs from selected colleges around the country.

We would like to thank the following suppliers who kindly donated towards the evening’s proceeds, helping to increase the donation to the NSPCC to a grand total of £9139.62: Anthony Byrne Fine Wines, Raynor Foods, Diversey, Fisher & Wood, Sherringhams, 3663, Town & Country, Select Recruitment, Workshop, Cheese+, Blunham Dairies, Liquidline, Mash Produce, Sparshotts Fruiterers and Swiss Laundry. Finally, special thanks must go to all the amazing chefs, staff and students for giving up their free time for such a worthy cause and helping to make the evening such a success. It was a pleasure to host this wonderful event with so many brilliant people!


The Open Cambridge Dinner, which took place on Friday 12th September 2014, proved to be another huge success. We received some wonderful feedback from guests, some of whom had travelled from as far afield as Australia to be here. The evening started off with a champagne drinks reception on Old Court lawn, followed by a delightful three-course meal with tea and coffee in the College dining hall. The evening was rounded off by the Parker Library’s Dr Christopher de Hamel, who gave a brief talk about the College, its chilling ghost stories and its fascinating collection of historical documents.

We would like to thank all our guests and staff for making the evening such a success, and we look forward to welcoming you back in the future.

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