Practical cookery sessions to help people learn to cook healthy home-made meals returns to The Rainbow Foundation.
Preparing a Healthy Meal is a FREE four-week cookery course for people who would like to learn more about healthy eating. The course, which completed its first programme in May of this year, is back to provide people with the knowledge and practical skills needed to cook for themselves at home
Delivered in partnership with the Betsi Cadwaladr University Healthy Board’s (BCUHB) Public Health Dietetic Team, the ‘Preparing a Healthy Meal’ course is part of a Nutrition Skills for Life suite of programmes, which aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills they need to prepare healthy balanced meals.
Sarah Powell-Jones, Dietetic Assistant Practitioner, said: “The Preparing and Healthy Meal course has been such a success and it has been a joy to have groups back together enjoying each other’s company, learning about nutrition, and cooking simple but nutritious food together. Which is why are we are thrilled to be back in Penley to deliver the course to a new cohort in November.”
Jaclyn Tomkinson, Community Development Officer for The Rainbow Foundation, adds: “This course is a great way for people to learn to cook. Being a hands-on practical course means that participants can put their new knowledge to immediate use in a safe and welcoming environment. Helping them to build up the confidence to do the same thing in their own homes. The Preparing a Healthy Meal course starts on November 9th at the Penley Rainbow Centre. To book your place, please contact The Rainbow Foundation on 01948 830730