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Free summertime cookery courses for Durham residents

28 July 2016 - Latest news

Dale & Valley Homes is saying to customers ‘Let’s Cook Together’ at its free summer training programme. Customer Engagement Team

A range of two-day cookery courses are being hosted at the landlord’s community hubs during August by lifestyle support and advice service ‘wellbeing for life’.

Training will be held at:

  • Dovedale Community Hub, Sunnybrow on Tuesday, 2 and 9 August between 1.30pm and 4pm
  • Mickle Grove Community Hub, Leeholme on Wednesday, 3 and Friday, 12 August between 10am and 12.30pm
  • Stanley Way Community Hub, Billy Row on Wednesday, 3 and 10 August between 1.30pm and 4pm.

Amy Glendinning, Dale & Valley Homes’ Community Development Co-ordinator, is encouraging people to get involved during the summer holidays.

She said: “This is a great way for families to learn new skills together and try out some quick and easy recipes.

“Places are limited and must be booked in advance so don’t delay and get in touch.”

For more information contact Allison Murray at wellbeing for life on 0774 7640 204 or email allison.murray1@nhs.net

Dale & Valley Homes’ Community Training Hub offers a range of learning opportunities in an informal environment.

For more information visit Dale & Valley Homes’ website.

Photo above: Dale & Valley Homes’ Customer Engagement Team.

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