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Sixpenny kids make £100s for Children in Need

Enzo, Lewis, Lucas, Reuben, Rosie, Charlie, Diana, Jack, Luke, Toby and Jazmyn baking Pudsey cookiesEnzo, Lewis, Lucas, Reuben, Rosie, Charlie, Diana, Jack, Luke, Toby and Jazmyn baking Pudsey cookiesEnterprising youngsters at Sixpenny Day Nursery in Minal have raised hundreds of pounds for Children in Need.

The proceeds of a fancy dress day, pyjama day and face painting have gone to Pudsey Bear, to help children at home and abroad.

And on Friday a week of activities was wrapped up with Pudsey-shaped cookie making for the pre-school class, under the tutelage of Androulla Derbyshire.

Androulla, who runs Culinary Capers, will be launching her cookery school from the nursery’s kitchen in December.

A course of cookery classes starts on December 10, when Androulla will teach attendees how to prepare for a Christmas cocktail party.

Over coming months there will be a range of courses aimed at beginners and intermediaries, from bread making to baking to the exploration of the cuisine of other cultures, including a curry band quest and a Middle Eastern cookery event.

There will also be basics classes for teenagers and children, while bake-along birthday parties will also be held at the kitchens.

For more information about the Culinary Capers Cookery School, log on to www.culinarycapers.co.uk

To read more about Sixpenny Nursery’s healthy-eating and home-cooked policy, see our feature from earlier this year.

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