Adult & Child Chocolate Making (Morning)


Chocolate making is a great way for children to get creative, build confidence and develop an interest in food.

We invite children aged 6 - 10 and a responsible adult to join us for a morning of hands on chocolate making with Shelly Preston, an experienced patissière and chocolatière who runs her own bean to bar chocolate lab close to the School.

The session encourages children to explore their sense of taste, smell and touch, and express their creativity.

Working together you will make:

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The products made on the day will be enjoyed at the School or taken home (if there's any left!).

Please note: Maximum two children per adult. The price of £13.50 is per person. (For example, for 1 child and 1 adult, you would need to book 2 places).

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Tue 3rd Apr 2018

Places left: YES


Time: 9:45am - 12:30pm

Duration: 0.3 day(s)

Cost: £13.50

Subjects: Special events


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