Christchurch Food Festival Education Trust presents The New Kids’ Kitchen in the Festival Village.

Each session is approximately 1 hour – All food is provided

Rachel Hills runs the Skylight Kitchen cookery school and teaches food at Mudeford School. Sarah Stewart is a fully trained food teacher who works at Emmanuel Middle School. Susan Spooner is a trained chef who works regularly with the Festival Education Trust. Colin Nash is the head chef at the award-winning ‘Three Tuns at Bransgore’.
Loic Gratadoux is the head chef at the acclaimed Harbour Heights Hotel in Poole. Lesley Waters is our Festival ambassador and is a well-known TV chef.
Parent and child sessions are for suitable for children aged 6 and above

ALLERGIES: Please note that we are unable to accept people with a nut allergy as we cannot offer an allergen free environment. Other allergies should be reported on arrival, but parents should be careful to check that the workshop is suitable for their child before booking.

The tickets for the Kids Kitchen are now on sale. For online bookings, go to Bookings can also be made in person at the Regent Centre booking office.
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