The South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is helping people in Wakefield to learn cooking skills and try out new recipes with the help of its community food and health team.
The cook and eat sessions are free of charge and will demonstrate how easy it is to make healthy, delicious meals. The sessions will encourage and support anyone who needs inspiration to get cooking or who would like to try cooking a healthy alternative of their favourite dish.
All the ingredients for the meals are provided free of charge and the sessions will be held over a six week period starting on Monday 16th May.
Speaking about the forthcoming sessions community food and health worker Katherine Mather said, “The cook and eat sessions are a great way to learn how to cook or improve existing cooking skills. Or you might be stuck in a rut and want to find some exciting new dishes to try. Either way book a place on the course to take away some new skills and ideas! You can take home what you cook or if you just can’t wait you can eat it at the Church Centre – it’s up to you!”
These sessions are now fully booked but if you’d like to find out more contact Beverley or Katherine from the community food and health team on 01924 361212.