Recipe for success

Budding chefs at two primary schools have got everything they need to cook up a treat for classmates – thanks to donations of kitchen goods by a March supermarket. The gifts to the Westwood Junior School and Cavalry Primary School were made as part of Sai

Budding chefs at two primary schools have got everything they need to cook up a treat for classmates - thanks to donations of kitchen goods by a March supermarket.

The gifts to the Westwood Junior School and Cavalry Primary School were made as part of Sainsbury's nationwide initiative of making a difference in the community.

Both March schools were given everything they would need to cook, from kitchen utensils to baking trays. Westwood School was also given ingredients to make pizzas, with ingredients to make sandwiches donated to Cavalry School.

Scott Ward, Sainsbury's March store manager, said: "It's aimed at getting people making their own meals again, rather than relying on ready-made meals, and it helps to teach children the importance of healthy eating."


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He said Sainsbury's staff would visit the schools in the next couple of months to look at the progress of both projects.

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