Bringing People Together through the Power of Cooking

13th January 2016

How are those New Year's resolutions coming along? Not so good? There's one small thing you can do this year - cook more in your work place.

There are so many good reasons why you should. You could be saving cash, time, eating healthier and it's a great team building activity for colleagues too. Need some inspiration? On Friday 26 February we're running a reduced cost Cookalong event at our head office in Sheffield from 11:00 to 13:00 (including lunch). If you're looking for ways to implement a Health and Wellbeing strategy in your organisation, our trainers will be on hand to discuss ways you may be able to do this. We can also advise on the Workplace Wellbeing Charter. It's a great opportunity to network with other employers, as well as enjoying a delicious lunch. A limited number of display stands for delegates to showcase their business are also available. Price: £85.00 for a standard Cookalong booking or £100 to include display stand space to showcase your own business. Venue: Children's Food Trust, 3rd Floor, 1 East Parade, Sheffield, S1 2ET. To book your place or for further information contact Jodi Farrell on 07765 243501 or email

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