Covid-19 - Update

Posted on March 19, 2020

Dear friends,

We have been closely monitoring the coronavirus outbreak. As the situation continues to develop we feel it’s time to be clear and decisive with our community at The School of Artisan Food.

Today we have made the very tough but crucial decision to close The School of Artisan Food from Saturday 21st March 2020 until further notice (not indefinitely)
The health and safety of our staff, tutors and customers is our ultimate priority at this time.

All short courses scheduled from Saturday 21st March until 31st May 2020 will be cancelled. We will then consider future courses and dates on a weekly basis and communicate to customers accordingly.

We would like to reassure you all and communicate all the options available to you. Please let us know at your earliest convenience by clicking here. Or by emailing [email protected]. You can also call 01909 532171.

Available Options:

  1. Hold my booking and money on account and I will rebook when there is a suitable course I wish to attend
  2. Transfer me onto a future course
  3. Refund my booking
As you can imagine our phone lines and inbox will be extremely busy over this period. We will endeavour to get back to you via phone or email as quickly as we can.

We look forward to welcoming you all back to The School of Artisan Food in the near future. Thank you for your continued and loyal support.

School of Artisan Food




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