MP Caroline Ansell has helped Eastbourne schoolchildren get to grips with healthier cooking when she visited their school.
Caroline dropped in on Langney Primary School’s Let’s Get Cooking club to help out and talk about healthy eating with pupils and staff.
Let’s Get Cooking is a national network of cooking clubs for children, families and communities which is run by the Children’s Food Trust - a national charity to get every child eating well at home, in childcare, at school and beyond.
Caroline said, “It’s was wonderful to see Let’s Get Cooking in action. Cooking skills are the gateway to a healthier diet for life, so we need many more opportunities like this to give every child every chance to learn to cook and eat healthily. The children were an absolute delight and obviously loved the session brilliantly led by the wonderful Linda Hardman.”
Let’s Get Cooking has created more than 5,000 after-school cooking clubs reaching more than 3 million people with healthier cooking.
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