Rob Rees MBE is one of the UK's leading chefs and consultants
dedicated to creating a better food culture for Britain. He balances his work as a social
entrepreneur with being a campaigner, demonstrator, food columnist, writer, consultant and chef.
A true food hero for Great Britain and someone that always goes the extra mile.
Rob has actively campaigned on education, public health and consumer
issues for many years. Alongside Jamie Oliver he has has been the driving force for improvements
in school food as Chairman of the Childrens Food Trust. He represents patients and public on the
board of NHS Gloucestershires GP Clinical Commissioning Board and is passionate about his country
and locality as a former Board Member of Visit England and currently Chairman of Cotswold Tourism
for the Gloucestershire LEP.
Rob operates his company as a community interest company that is not for
profit and established The Wiggly Worm Charity that changes the lives of the most vulnerable in
society. His focus is always glass half full and his attitude has helped make Star Bistro and
other projects inspirations to all.
Rob is often featured in local, regional and national media commenting
on food and health related matters and for many years, in particular with Visit Britain and
others, has had a role in promoting the UK and it's food culture throughout the globe.
In January 2006, Rob Rees was awarded an MBE for “Services to the