Food and Healthy Eating

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Food and Cookery

Family Favourites using a slow cooker

Learn how to use a slow cooker and reduce household fuel costs.

4559

Availability This course is nearly full. one place

09 Jan 2023 (Spring)

13 weeks

Mon 09:30- varies


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Free. There is no tuition fee charged for this course.

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Simple meals on a budget - Splendid Soup

This course is designed to help you use up ingredients that might have otherwise been wasted - and turn it into splendid soup! We will provide you with a folder and recipes and a basic stick blender if required.

4607

Availability This course is nearly full. one place

12 Jan 2023 (Spring)

7 weeks

Thu 10:30-12:30


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Free. There is no tuition fee charged for this course.

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Tasty and Affordable Cooking

This course covers cooking healthier food, choosing ingredients, keeping safe in the kitchen plus lots more!

4558

Availability This course is available for enrolment. 3 places

16 Jan 2023 (Spring)

10 weeks

Mon 13:30-16:30


Everleigh Centre A link to Google Maps in a new window with this postcode. Google map

Free. There is no tuition fee charged for this course.

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We offer opportunities for residents to gain new skills in subjects like health and wellbeing, maths, english and IT, or to help them prepare to return to work.

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