Havant youngsters and their families get cookery lessons

CHEF Amy Harris, from Leigh Park, cutting a carrot during the cookery lesson. Picture: Sarah Standing (122505-58)
CHEF Amy Harris, from Leigh Park, cutting a carrot during the cookery lesson. Picture: Sarah Standing (122505-58)
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FAMILIES were given the chance to cook using the most delicious organic grub with an Olympic theme.

Sure Start centres across the area held cookery workshops run by The Organic Cookery School, a not-for-profit organisation which aims to promote healthy eating.

Families at the Trospacc Centre in Havant, created a feast using the best British ingredients.

Lucy May, from the Organic Cookery School, said: ‘We’re delighted to be working on this project which is a celebration of the family cookery programmes we have run this year thanks to Hampshire Learning and The Big Lottery Fund.’