Meet the team – Neil

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Neil enjoys meeting new clients and working alongside his colleagues at Rainford Hall. He enjoys getting to know people, learning about their culinary preferences, and helping them find joy in a good quality meal. He also loves the challenge of creating dishes that surprises and delights our clients. He’s proud to be part of a team that serves up delicious meals and strives to provide excellent service to all of its guests.

Neil – Chef

“I’ve had experience working in similar rehab facilities, 4 star hotels and 2aa Rosette restaurants. I live nearby to Rainford Hall, it’s a great location! The position provides good work-life balance”

Since working at Rainford Hall, Neil has presented a homely and nutritionally balanced food offer, that is current and responsive to our clients needs. The catering team as a whole have created the most social, homely and comfortable dining experience for each of our clients.

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