L-R: Chris Wilson, managing editor of RMC Media, Su Sutton and Harriet Coulthard from My Fathers Heart, and John Murphy, managing director of RMC Media
Westside and My Fathers Heart will work together to find the best young chef in Sheffield
RMC Media and My Fathers Heart, two Sheffield businesses dedicated to bringing the finer things in life to the Sheffield public, have renewed their bond and will be working together for another year.
My Fathers Heart, which designs and builds the region’s finest, bespoke, handmade kitchens, bedrooms and furniture, will continue to sponsor and host one of the key events in the Westside calendar... our search for the Best Young Chef in Sheffield.
The 2017 inaugural event was a huge success with the cream of the region’s young culinary talent coming together at My Fathers Heart’s award-winning showroom for a day of high drama and superb culinary endeavour.
“RMC Media is delighted to continue its association with My Fathers Heart,” said RMC Media director John Murphy.
“With its spectacular kitchen displays, four of which are live, state-of-art work stations, My Fathers Heart, has proved to be the perfect setting for this event.”
My Fathers Heart owner Jonathan Coulthard said: “Sheffield's proud heritage is built on its precision, craftsmanship and authenticity – from its cutlery to its kitchens and furniture.
“As the region's leading handmade kitchen and furniture makers, My Fathers Heart typifies all that is the finest in quality, beauty and elegant living. We are always looking for new ways to use our showroom as a centre of design excellence, inspiring, celebrating and showcasing the very best of the city's talent, such as Best young chef, as well as hosting a range of events for our clients and to support our local community.”
This partnership will see My Fathers Heart encouraging Sheffield's growing desire for quality and finesse. With RMC Media, My Fathers Heart will work with local businesses and organisations throughout the competition to support and inspire the very finest in Sheffield to shine.