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School pupils cook up a storm in Master Chef competition

Masterchef competition at the William Henry Smith School

Masterchef competition at the William Henry Smith School

William Henry Smith pupils had their culinary abilities put to the test in the school’s annual Master Chef competition.

Four competing houses were given £30 to cook a three course meal for two. It was judged by head teacher Andy Christie, catering manager Lindsey Marks and former organiser Helene Mellor. Mozart house came first, winning £60. Second place went to Newton House and Lowry House came in third.

Event organiser Laura Kelsey said: “It was an excellent evening with all boys putting in a lot of hard work and the food was delicious.”

 

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