London schemes team up to help ex-offenders enter working life

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London schemes team up to help ex-offenders enter working life

The Switchback scheme, which helps ex-offenders enter working life after prison, are teaming up with the London based catering company Social Pantry.

At a Supper Club at Soane's Kitchen later in the year, a team of ex-offenders will be creating the menu, prepping and serving 100 guests, as top London venues join them to make positive change. 

We interviewed Founder of Social Pantry, Alex Head, and Michael, a trainee on the scheme. 

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