Buxton parents go back to school for cookery lessons

Parents learn to cook healthy meals at Fairfield Endowed Junior School.
Parents learn to cook healthy meals at Fairfield Endowed Junior School.

Parents are being shown how to prepare a variety of healthy meals to feed their family.

A five-week course of cookery sessions has been organised by Fairfield Endowed Junior School.

Recipes are based around using a slow cooker as a convenient, time-efficient way to provide a healthy meal.

Each person is provided with a free slow cooker to take home and keep. They will also receive a supermarket voucher when they complete the course.

The school is working in partnership with High Peak Borough Council Communities and the funding was received from DCC Communities priority fund.