Brigade celebrates its 5th BIRTHDAY
It opened 5 years ago on the 23rd September 2011 - we would like to give a big thank you, for supporting us by eating or working with us to inspire & motivate vulnerable people
Simon Boyle’s one of the Evening Standard most influential people 2016 - Equality Champions
Rejected by the dragons on Dragons’ Den, Boyle still managed to find funding for his social enterprise, the Beyond Food Foundation. He runs Brigade on Tooley Street, where he hires and trains the homeless for careers in hospitality. He became a chef at 16, worked as an apprentice at the Savoy, has cooked for Saudi princes and was Unilever’s first ever culinary ambassador.
Hear Simon on Social Entrepreneur TV about the challenges for social entrepreneurs and the importance of having a business plan
Simon launches his book at Penguin living Career 360.
Penguin Living is designed to help you make the most of life. Whether your interest is mindfulness, career progression, physical wellbeing, creative development or travel, the unique insight and experience of our authors and experts will inspire you to do the things you love, better.
Career 360 took place on the 11th of September and it believes your employees or clients could benefit from this author expertise. By accessing the experience of world-class authors and experts, they help make a positive change – at work, at play and at home.
Other authors include Richard Branson, Arianna Huffington, Ruby Wax, Oliver James, Michael Acton Smith, Steve Peters, Sheryl Sandberg and Malcolm Gladwell.
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Brigade helps to support Children of fire charity event – giving refreshments to all the amazing walkers
Simon Boyle - Nominated for the South bank Center Change maker awarded
Nominated by people from across the UK and farther afield, the invited Change Makers are those who have tirelessly dedicated their time and energy to projects, however big or small, that are making a difference and transforming people’s lives.
Southbank Centre’s 2016 Change Makers stand as inspiring examples of how to harness creativity, innovation, courage and determination for the common good.
Celebration as Employees pass the Freshlife programme helping transform homeless lifes
Three finalists awards at the BITC Awards
The Responsible Business Awards capture inspiring stories of businesses as a positive force for change, and tell them to a local, national and global audience of millions.
Open to companies of any size, sector and scale, the entries are rigorously assessed by over 250 business peers. The results are celebrated at our spectacular galas, known for their entertainment and networking value. All this makes the Responsible Business Awards one of the most prestigious and respected awards in this field.
Hear Simon Boyle on Jazz FM
Simon's first book launches this September, published by Penguin Random House.
In 'How to get a job and keep it', Simon uses his years of experience to help the reader's endeavors to find a real purpose and happiness in life, and a long term sustainable career to boot.
Pre-order now from Amazon
Heston Blumenthal was recently spotted at Brigade - why not come and eat where the best chef's eat!
You never know who you might bump into!
Sadiq Khan celebrates AT Brigade
London has a new Mayor. Khan celebrated his landslide election victory at none other than Brigade, a former fire station just off Tooley Street, to greet his ecstatic campaign workers. It was an honour to have the new Mayor and his team at the restaurant.
Brigade delighted to Cater for the Cabinet Office Social Investment Awards 2016
The Cabinet Office Social Investment Awards, supported by Natwest, recognise the impact social investment is having on communities across the UK.
Now entering its second year, the awards highlight the innovation and dedication of world leading social investors and enterprises, celebrating both the achievements of teams and individuals alike.
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