The community food and health team in Wakefield are inviting local children and their families to Wakefield food market on Tuesday 25th October to take part in their ‘revolting recipes’ cookery sessions.
The team, which is provided by South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, have organised the free cookery sessions to introduce children in the local area to new cooking skills, ingredients and give them an opportunity to express their creative ideas.
The sessions will run between 10.00am – 12.00pm and 1.30pm – 3.30pm at the food hall in Wakefield market. During the sessions children will be invited to help make ‘revolting recipes’ inspired by Roald Dahl books and learn about the ingredients they are using.
Sophie Ross-Smith, community food and health worker said "The cookery demonstrations are a great opportunity to get children interested in cooking and teach them about healthy ingredients in a fun and interactive way. The Halloween themed ‘revolting recipes’ session we ran last year was really popular and I hope the children will enjoy it again just as much this year."
The sessions are free and children must be aged 8 or over to take part. To book a place on one of the sessions or for further information contact Sophie Ross-Smith, community food and health worker on 07768 043 998