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Healthy eating is back in the news again, and especially the ability to be able to cook healthy, nutritious food at home.

So a new venture being set up in Dunstable is perfect timing.

The Community Kitchen is aiming to help people get back in touch with cooking for themselves.

It’s open to everyone, including children and young people and everyone can come and learn to cook for free.

Organiser Karen Drayton is keen to get people back in touch with home cooked food and to create a sense of community at the same time.

“It is a community Kitchen, where anyone, including children and young people, can come and learn to cook for free.

“We cook a variety of foods each week and then all sit down to eat together,” she said.

“The aims of the Community Kitchen are three fold -to teach people to cook and eat nutritious and healthy meals on a budget, to enable people to become more healthy and to build up the community in Dunstable.”

The group, which runs at The Square Methodist Church on Ashton Square, Dunstable, every Saturday during term time from 4-6pm, provides the menues, facilities and ingredients and all people have to do is turn up, learn to cook th e meals with help and then share the meal together afterwards.

>To find out more text or call Karen on 07817 830701 or just turn up.