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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.

4945

Availability  This course is available for enrolment.  10places

10 Jun 2024 (Summer)

5 weeks

Mon 10:00-13:00


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

free 

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Healthy, tasty and affordable cookery

Learn how to plan and cook tasty and affordable meals

4882

Availability  This course is available for enrolment.  10places

07 Jun 2024 (Summer)

8 weeks

Fri 10:00-13:00


John Moulton Hall  A link to Google Maps in a new window with this postcode. Google map

free 

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Tasty and Affordable Cooking

Learn how to plan and cook tasty and affordable meals

4881

Availability  This course is available for enrolment.  10places

12 Jun 2024 (Summer)

5 weeks

Wed 11:00-14:00


Gorse Hill Baptist Church  A link to Google Maps in a new window with this postcode. Google map

free 

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