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Mon, Mar 28

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St. Andrew’s & St. Mark’s Junior School

MVWI - PHYSICAL March Meeting - Cookery Workshop

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MVWI - PHYSICAL March Meeting - Cookery Workshop
MVWI - PHYSICAL March Meeting - Cookery Workshop

Time & Location

Mar 28, 2022, 8:00 PM GMT+1

St. Andrew’s & St. Mark’s Junior School, Maple Rd, Surbiton KT6 4AL, UK

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About the Event

Our very own Kate McBain will be taking us through a cookery workshop.  She will tell us a few interesting anecdotes of life in the food industry. We will then be making biscuits.  You will need to bring the following equipment along to the venue.  Kate will be providing all the ingredients.

  • biscuit cutters – if you so wish
  • tray or box to take the uncooked biscuits home in.

If you wish to add raisins or chopped nuts or fruit to your biscuits, feel free to bring them along.

We will be preparing the biscuit mixture ready for you to bake when you get home.

For those of you who would prefer to make vegan or gluten free biscuits please let us know when you RSVP.   The cut-off date for responding and letting us know your preference is 24th March.

We will be meeting at St. Andrew’s & St. Mark’s CofE Junior School, Maple Road, Surbiton, KT6 4AL

NFWI Meeting Recommendations

While COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, we will still be taking precautions to reduce the risk of transmission during physical events:

· Face coverings are no longer a legal requirement. However, some members may feel more comfortable continuing to wear one and this should be respected.

· Wash/sanitise your hands and cover coughs and sneezes during events and meetings. Members attending are advised to bring hand-sanitiser with them and to use it at regular intervals during the event

· Please stay at home if you have any Covid symptoms or have received receive a positive LFT.

· Inform your WI Committee if you attended a WI meeting/activity and have tested positive for Covid in the last 10 days.

· Where possible, it is still recommended that members carry out a rapid lateral flow test before attending a meeting to ensure they are not unknowingly infected with Covid.

· Members who are clinically at high-risk are advised to decide carefully whether attending face-to-face is a safe option for them in the chosen venue and situation.

· Whilst social distancing is no longer mandatory you may choose to limit the close contact you have with people you do not usually live with.

Sub-Group Specific

· Members are reminded to check food items to ensure food does not contain anything which will cause allergic reactions and to clarify any food contents with the committee if unsure of contents.

· Members with known allergic reactions are advised to alert the committee or tutor, if they do have particular allergies, or if they carry an Epipen for anaphylaxis.

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