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Artisan Baking for Children (Morning)

What better way for children to spend their half term break than to develop new skills and their love of food? Baking is a great way for children to get creative, build confidence and develop an interest in food.

We invite children aged 8 - 15 to join us for a half day (morning) of hands on bread baking. Our friendly team will be on hand to encourage children to explore their sense of taste, smell and touch, express their creativity and learn about the true provenance of food.

Children will make:

  • sourdough bread with a choice of flavourings
  • gluten free chocolate chip cookies

This is a great opportunity for youngsters to make new friends and have fun.

The bread made on the day will be enjoyed at the School or taken home.


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Dates

Tue 24th Oct 2017

Places left: NO

Summary

Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm

Duration: 0.5 day(s)

Cost: £30.00

Subjects: Baking

Teachers

David Carter

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