Youth Club to cook up a storm

By Nigel Slater Thursday 14 February 2013 Updated: 15/02 16:29

Latest News

Buy photos » Broadway county councillor Liz Eyre receives the cheque from Guy Warner, owner of Warner's Budgens. (s)

YOUNGSTERS in Broadway are to be taught the perfect recipe for life thanks to a village supermarket.

Through its Community Savings Scheme, Warner's Budgens has raised more than £300 for the village's youth club which will be put towards a healthy eating programme.

Members of the youth club will be making special visits to the supermarket to source and buy healthy ingredients and local chefs will also be stepping up to the plate teaching them how to create simple, nutritious and wholesome dishes.

The youth club is run by volunteers, Betty Phillips and Carole Halling, on a weekly basis and provides provision for 40 eight to 18-year-olds.

County Councillor for Broadway Liz Eyre said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for members of the youth club.

"It is thanks to the support of Warner's Budgens and their customers that we can offer these essential life skills to our young people."

Share This

Popular »

1 From coast to coast for charity

2 First park run is runaway success

3 Action needed over station parking

4 10k event boosted by new entry

5 Gala night of ballet on offer

More news »

Police base closures announced

A NUMBER of police bases will close and

Big cash give away for town shoppers

SHOPPERS can fill up their baskets in Pershore

Call for speed limit changes rejected

CALLS for a 20mph speed limit on all

Search is on for young musicians

THE SEARCH is on for Evesham's young musicians

Regional news »


Leamington Observer
Witnesses sought to Warwick pub fight

A MAN was knocked unconscious during a fight outside a ...

Stratford Observer
Teenagers seriously as car overturns near Alcester

THREE teenagers were taken to hospital after their car overturned ...

Redditch Standard
Dangerous dog attack

A DOG needed stitches after it was attacked by another ...

Worcester Observer

Visit the Worcester Observer website for the latest.