SFC Key Issue 3 - Building community food knowledge, skills, resources and projects.

Cracking Good Food

January 01, 2010

Cracking Good Food,  a not for profit social enterprise uses their paid for cookery school to subsidise community outreach work, with the aim of getting more people in the North West to cook and eat homemade food. They believe cooking is a vital life skill that everyone should have the opportunity to learn, so in order to be accessible to as many people as possible, they believe their paid-for courses are some of the cheapest in the region as they only charge for genuine costs. 

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Mark Stein - Secretary

T: 07858 761337

E: markstein2010@live.co.uk 

Adrian Morley - Chair

T: 0161 247 2732

E: A.Morley@mmu.ac.uk

Twitter: @GtrMSustFood