The sessions in Ashmole community centre began in February. The group is made of up boys and girls aged 9-13. They are all very active and enthusiastic and want to engage with every stage of the cooking. They are then also very keen to sit down and eat the food they have cooked.
Due to their younger age, these kids are not responsible for the food they eat at home as most have parents or guardians that are responsible for the provision of meals. In this case, Eat Club is aiming to teach them cooking skills appropriate for their age and introduce them to tastes and food they may not have experienced before.