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King’s Lynn cooking classes go down a storm

Cookery workshop for the blind and partially sighted.The session co-ordinator Sue Bird (centre) with Betty Gallagher (81) and 75 year old Garry Asker. ANL-140104-152951001

Cookery workshop for the blind and partially sighted.The session co-ordinator Sue Bird (centre) with Betty Gallagher (81) and 75 year old Garry Asker. ANL-140104-152951001

Cooking classes have been launched to help people with poor eyesight enjoy hot and tasty meals.

The Norwich and Norfolk Association for the Blind is running monthly sessions on microwave cooking, at their site in Bergen Way, North Lynn, to help visually impaired people who are no longer able to use a conventional oven.

Large print recipies and a microwave with a speaking timer are used.

Six people are undertaking the current four-week course and there is a waiting list for future sessions.

For more information on the courses contact the centre on 01553 660808

 

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