B Cador: October 2015
A huge thank you to Carol Hill for her demonstration of 'slow cooking'. We were treated to a sample of her tasty chicken curry and there were tips, recipes and website links to get us thinking about how we can provide a healthy, low budget meal for busy families.
Well done to Mrs Hitchen, who won a slow cooker in the free raffle.
Jan Melia from Wulvern, Gareth from Lifelinks, PCSO Sharon and PC Nicky, Colette Mercer from the Children's Centre were all in attendance along with one of our new governors Andrew Taylor to chat to parents.
It was lovely to see the toddlers and babies at this month's Coffee Stop
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