Sidmouth cookery course is a recipe for success

11:18 20 January 2013

Cookery classes

Cookery classes

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THIS diverse group of would-be chefs brushed up on their culinary skills at cookery classes in Sidmouth.

Participants, both male and female and aged from 12 to 75, enjoyed a course led by Lois Kelly.

“We are about to start again and most are returning,” said Lois. “We had our usual fun term and I snatched a few burning pans off the stove but people always left achieving good things every lesson.”

Classes take place at Sidmouth College and will continue in the Autumn and Spring terms.

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