Crime does pie! 

The British Ironwork Centre has announced an unusual new culinary adventure: ‘prison pies’ made by inmates of HMP Berwyn.

HMP Berwyn in Wrexham aims to provide prisoners with positive opportunities and the Custodial Pie Corporation arose to help inmates to showcase their creativity while gaining valuable skills. All profits go directly back into the scheme and in future, Berwyn hopes they will be used to help men with the cost of setting up home after leaving prison.

The British Ironwork Centre will showcase the pies at public events throughout the year, starting with their Proms in the Park event on Saturday 15 September, where guests and visitors can test out the pies for themselves.


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