A recipe from ffresh restaurant’s head chef, Marc Corfield, has been included The Great British Cookbook alongside recipes from 200 of the UK’s finest chefs. The Great British Cookbook will be available for download from Friday 21 November, with proceeds from the cookbook going to Macmillan Cancer Support and Hospitality Action.

Marc Corfield, ffresh restaurant’s head chef, commented: ‘I’m delighted to be involved in The Great British Cookbook alongside so many respected chefs. I chose to contribute my recipe for Lamb Cawl, as it is such a traditional Welsh dish, and epitomises what ffresh does best – offering fine Welsh cuisine showcasing the best local, seasonal produce.

The Great British Cookbook will offer a culinary journey through 200 of the UK’s most prestigious pubs, guest houses, hotels, Michelin Star and AA Rosette restaurants; including Gidleigh Park in Devon, recently voted number one restaurant in the UK ‘The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants’.

The 200 recipes included in the cookbook, all showcasing locally sourced produce, have been contributed by the UK’s top chefs, including high profile chefs such as Adam Simmonds, Michael Caines MBE, Rick Stein OBE, Cyrus Todiwala OBE DL, Anna Hansen MBE, Galton Blackiston, Richard Corrigan, Hayden Groves, Tony Singh and Nigella Lawson.

The Cookbook will be available to download from Friday 21 November at www.thegreatbritishcookbook.co.uk.

A Download and Donate Day has been organised for Friday 19 December. To help raise awareness of the day, the public are invited to take part in The Great British Cookbook Thunderclap  http://thndr.it/1wDAxNm