A taste of France comes to Titchfield

GALLIC FLAVOUR From left, Kerry Hands and Lara White serve food to Angela Reid and her son Samuel Reid.  Picture: ''Ian Hargreaves (121035-2)
GALLIC FLAVOUR From left, Kerry Hands and Lara White serve food to Angela Reid and her son Samuel Reid. Picture: ''Ian Hargreaves (121035-2)
The Highfield Campus at the University of Southampton, which is home to the George Thomas Building. Picture: Geograph

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FRENCH cuisine tickled the taste buds of youngsters at a primary school who immersed themselves in a bit of Gallic joie de vivre.

Crepes, croissants, pains aux raisins and brioches were just some of the delicious nibbles on offer at St John the Baptist Primary in Titchfield Common on a French culture day.

Children from Year 5 served up food to residents who attended their one-off Croissant Cafe.

Modern foreign languages teacher Susan Burnage said: ‘The waiters and waitresses took their orders in French – let’s hope everyone got what they ordered.’

The school would like to thank Tesco at Whiteley and the Co-operative store for the food.