Cookery course in Seaton for people who cater for themselves

PUBLISHED: 07:00 25 September 2016 | UPDATED: 09:02 27 September 2016

Picture shows Dr Joe Kent, Seaton GP, of Eating with Dignity, presenting g a cheque to Laura O’Rourke (right) of HALFF to fund the new course. Also seen are Sue Renyard NHS speech and language therapist, Trisha Shackleton, volunteer with HALFF and Rosie Weitzel, a member of  the Axminster cooking for one course.

Picture shows Dr Joe Kent, Seaton GP, of Eating with Dignity, presenting g a cheque to Laura O’Rourke (right) of HALFF to fund the new course. Also seen are Sue Renyard NHS speech and language therapist, Trisha Shackleton, volunteer with HALFF and Rosie Weitzel, a member of the Axminster cooking for one course.

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Healthy eating charity HALFF is launching a new ‘cooking for one’ group in Seaton, thanks to funding and support from another local charity - Eating with Dignity.

At the sessions, in the United Reformed Church Hall, Cross Street, experts will demonstrate how to cook healthy meals, specially designed for people who live alone or those who have swallowing problems

The first is on Tuesday, September 27, 11am to 12.30pm.

There is no need to book, just go along. For full details visit www.halff.org.uk or call 01297 631782.


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