Byline: Jenny Longhurst
KEVIN Fairlee takes a trip to Buckingham Palace all in his stride.
If he and his catering students at Barry College are not cutting 7,000 rounds of sandwiches for Her Majesty's garden parties, one of their main tasks this summer, they may be found dishing it up at Ascot, Henley, Lord's and many other top-notch venues.
Kevin and his team join an upmarket catering company to give students a taste of working life at the sharp end.
'It is great experience for them,' he said.
'Everything must be perfect so they have to be on their toes.'
This year, there were four kinds of sandwiches at the Queen's garden parties, tuna and tomato; ham and mustard: egg and cress and poached salmon and cucumber.
'They still serve Battenburg and Swiss roll and one year the Queen told us …