This will include:
Local Food Heroes
We’re looking for local people who can teach other local people how to cook.
If you know a great home cook, please do encourage them to become one of our Food Heroes. If you love cooking and feel you have something to share, please do come forward and find out more.
Food Heroes will be paid and trained to teach other people about their food. They will lead a series of four cook and eat sessions, coming up with a recipe or two each week, and teaching it to other people by working together to produce a meal.
We will pay people according to their experience. The first session will be on 24th September at 10.30am and everyone is welcome to come along, learn about cooking and share a lovely meal.
We are also looking for Food Heroes to cook vegetable dishes for our Harvest Festival feast on 18th September. Please do contact Rebecca Maddox on firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Family cook and eat breakfast club
Parents and under-fives children will be offered the chance to make and eat breakfast together at the Mulberry Centre from 9am on Friday mornings.
The club will give local people the chance to share recipes for children and families, and to try new ideas for breakfasts.