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IN LINE WITH THE LATEST GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENT THE COOKERY SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED FROM THURSDAY 5TH NOVEMBER TO WEDNESDAY 2ND DECEMBER.

OUR PROGRAMME FOR THE FIRST HALF OF 2021 HAS NOW BEEN PUBLISHED: PLEASE CLICK HERE TO TAKE A LOOK.

Welcome to the Richard Hughes Cookery School

Well, 2020 didn’t go as planned did it!

During the last lockdown many of you will have discovered the joys of cooking at home, whether it be sourdough sorcery, replicating takeaways, making a romantic dinner for two or baking endless carrot cakes!

With fingers crossed, we have announced our dates for the early months of next year (see the cookery school calendar). Of course we will add more classes once we know what we can, and can't, do. Look out for the exciting guest chef pop-ups as part of our 2021 Food Festival, which will now run throughout the year.

Gift vouchers are available for Christmas, or just to say thank you. All have extended expiry dates so be rest assured we will be here when you’re ready to visit.

Keep a look out for more social media fun, be it videos, cookery book readings with Snackanory and, hopefully (if we can work it out), our very first podcasts.

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Very best wishes for the coming weeks, we do hope to see you soon

Much love, Richard

*We are delighted to announce that Norfolk Passport holders save 10% on all classes at the Richard Hughes Cookery School. Another great reason to book a class!* Sign up is free and instant at www.norfolkpassport.com.

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