We offer lots of fun ways to get involved with cooking.


Holiday cooking events:

Our Autumn Half Term Cooking Clubs continue on the 28th and 30th of October, as well as on the 1st of November 2019.

Book a workshop here!

No cooking experience needed!

See the highlights from our Easter, Summer, Autumn Half Term and Christmas Workshops on our Facebook page.

‘Learn to Cook’ for Secondary & College Leavers:

As children leave home, cooking becomes an essential life skill! Please email us if you are interested in The Kitchen Club hosting a two part 'Learn to Cook' course for a group (minimum 5 students). The first course is aimed at teaching school leavers the basics of cooking, various cooking methods and starting with simple recipes. The second course will put our skills to practise with intermediate to complex recipes.


Smoothie Bike:

Perfect addition to a school's SPORTS DAY! Hop on, add your ingredients and start pedalling! From tropical to berry, smoothies can be a very refreshing drink and re-energise those little athletes. A favourite at Town Festivals, summer fetes, work events, and birthday parties! Click here for more information!


Birthday Parties:

All guests will have a great time getting involved and making something delicious! We provide all the equipment, food, and best of all, washing up. We offer great menu options that will keep the children engaged and happy. Pick any theme from butterflies to bunnies and Pokémon! Click here for our birthday flyer!


Town Festivals & Summer Fetes:

We love to join Town Festivals, Summer Fetes & School Sports Days.  Send us an email if you would like the Smoothie Bike to come to your Town Festival of event!

Cooking Competitions:

Our 2018 Eating-A-Rainbow Cooking Competiton finals took place with Southrop, Kempsford, Fairford and Hatherop Primary Schools competing at the Fairford Festival on 3rd June. See the results and photos on our Facebook page. Many thanks to Stainswick Farms for sponsoring our event!

The Spice Trail Cooking Competition in 2017 was a great success. The flavourful journey included four primary schools competiting  true British Cook-Off style. You can find pictures on our Facebook page!