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Gallery: West Suffolk College students impress the judges with culinary creations

PUBLISHED: 14:45 21 February 2013 | UPDATED: 14:45 21 February 2013

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HOSPITALITY students at West Suffolk College in Bury St Edmunds have impressed judges with their culinary creations.

For the fourth year running they have competed in a Passion to Inspire – a national competition launched by Murray Chapman, a Master Chef of Great Britain.

Lead judge Paul Foster, from Tuddenham Mill, headed a panel of four judges at the heat at the college last week.

He said: “What I have noticed is that not only has the standard improved, but I have seen an improvement in the effort that everyone has put in.”

The West Suffolk College students going through to the final are Kit Wilkins-Smith, Rebecca Griffith and Tom Miller.

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