Cooking up a storm with brand new frying pans

Niall Pilkinton, Helen Fletcher, Adam Ryan, Emily Mitchell and Kieran Anderson, pictured at the Dean Clough Cooking School.
Niall Pilkinton, Helen Fletcher, Adam Ryan, Emily Mitchell and Kieran Anderson, pictured at the Dean Clough Cooking School.
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As part of its commitment to farming and the local community, rural insurer NFU Mutual has donated new frying pans to the Dean Clough Foundation’s Cookery School, its charity of choice for 2015.

Helen Fletcher, senior agent at NFU Mutual, Elland, presented the new frying pans to apprentices at the cookery school, following Farmhouse Breakfast Week (January 25 – January 31), which aimed to raise awareness of the importance of breakfast and locally grown produce.

Ruth Robinson, Managing director of Dean Clough Foundation, said: “When it comes to food, we aim to inspire and support people to develop vocational and life skills for healthier, happier lives. With NFU Mutual’s support we can continue to make a huge difference to our local community and to continue the passion of our original founders – a philosophy that I know NFU Mutual still lives and breathes today.”

The Foundation, established in 1989, is dedicated to improving lives and advancing training and education by teaching practical cooking.