1. 8th
    August
    Cookery Workshop
    11:00 am until 3 pm at Hailey Village Hall
    The children shall make garlic dough balls, pizza, Banoffee pie and Oreo Biscotti. £35 per child The children shall make garlic dough balls, pizza, banoffee oie and Oreo biscotti. £35 per child
  2. 9th
    August
    Science workshop
    11 am - 1 pm at Hailey Village Hall
    The children will carry out a selection of Science investigations, make predictions and draw conclusions. £20 per child.
  3. 16th
    August
    Cookery workshop
    11 am - 3 pm Hailey Village Hall
    The children shall make Goujons, salad, filled potato skins and energy balls. £35 per child
  4. 17th
    August
    Science workshop
    11 am - 1 pm Hailey Village Hall
    Children will carry out a selection of investigations, make predictions and draw conclusions. £20 per child
  5. 22nd
    August
    Science Workshop
    11- am - 1pm Hailey Village Hall
    Children shall carry out a selection of Science investigations. £20 per child.
  6. 23rd
    August
    Cookery Workshop
    11 am - 3 pm Hailey Village Hall
    Homemade bread rolls, picnic treats, white chocolate snowiest and chocolate lollipops. £35 per child
  7. 29th
    August
    Cookery Workshop
    11 am - 3 pm Hailey Village Hall
    Children shall make Savoury pastries, rainbow pasta and cake pops. £35 per child
  8. 30 th
    August
    Science workshop
    11 am - 1 pm Hailey Village Hall
    Children shall work together to carry out a selection of experiments. £20 per child
  9. WC 3rd
    September
    September - October 2018 Term Time cookery classes
    Week Commencing 3rd September 2018 for 7 weeks
    Please see the poster for details of my term time children's cookery classes. Classes are suitable for children aged 2 - 18 years old and cost £10 per child per class. All of the equipment and ingredients are provided along with a recipe to take home. Held in Witney, Hailey and Carterton.
ABOUT Mrs B
For the last eight years I have worked as a primary school teacher within an Oxfordshire school and have loved teaching the children all areas of the curriculum, in particular those based upon food and nutrition.

My passion for all things food related began as a young girl growing up watching my Mum and Dad cook. Spending Sundays in the kitchen baking a whole host of delicious treats; classics such as Bakewell Tart, Victoria Sponge and Upside down pineapple cake! My family has always valued spending time together around the dining table, sharing our news and tasting new dishes.

I started to cook three-course dinner parties from around the age of 14 to celebrate special occasions at home and loved researching recipes, menu planning and experimenting with new flavours. 
It was in fact my mum who encouraged me to set up Mrs B's cookery classes after having my daughter Lilly, combining both my teaching knowledge and experience with my passion for cooking. I took that leap in June 2016 and am enjoying every second of this new journey. I have met some fantastic people and am truly grateful for all the support and kind words which I have recieved so far. Long may this continue! 

 
Food is for eating, and good food is to be enjoyed...I think food is, actually, very beautiful in itself.
Delia Smith