COOKERY SCHOOL IN DRIFFIELD SHORTLISTED FOR BRITISH COOKERY SCHOOL AWARDS.
A cookery school in Driffield, The Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School, has been selected as one of the final contenders in British Cookery School Awards, 2014. The school has been declared a finalist in the category “Best Small Cookery School”.
The 2014 British Cookery School Awards those outstanding cookery schools (among more than 450 cookery schools across the county) that reach the maximum heights possible in order to provide top-class cookery school experience. They were launched with a purpose to appreciate and encourage the cookery schools in steering England’s enthusiasm for food. The awards were established in 2012 and took place in November of the same year in London for the first time.
The website of the cookery school states: “The Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School is situated at Highfield Farm near the picturesque village of Southburn, near Driffield. There are four island cooking stations, induction hobs, ovens, an Aga and ample work surfaces. One of the stations can also be lowered to accommodate children or people with disabilities.”
“Each course has restrictions on the number of people that can attend in order to create an intimate atmosphere and ensure each student has one-to-one time with our Chef.”
According to a statement by a worker from The Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School, Alison Johnson, everyone [from The Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School] is very pleased with the selection of their cookery school as a finalist for second year consecutively. Furthermore, she said that she feels proud of what the school has accomplished over the very brief period of four years.
The names of the victors will be announced in a ceremony in Porchester Hall, Bayswater [London] on 17th November, Monday.