Pupils are invited to chef school

PUPILS in Glasgow are being invited to take part in a new chef school programme run by a national restaurant chain.

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Toby Carvery is ­offering free education sessions and meals for children aged between six and 10 to teach them about nutrition and healthy lifestyles.

Classes of up to 30 children are being ­invited down to the restaurants at Braehead and Hurlet, East Renfrewshire, for a two hour session involving games and educational activities, a meet and greet with the restaurant team and a free lunch.

For more information about the chef school visit www.tobycarvery.co.uk/chefschool


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