Food for Thought Cookery School in Westbourne Wins

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On Thursday 14 th March 2019 Louise Jones of Food for Thought Cookery School in Westbourne was presented with Silver at the BH Star Awards for Learning Experience of the Year. She then went on to win another Silver Award for Innovation and Future Proofing for not only her cookery school, but for her healthy Pudding Club hosted at Ginjams in Westbourne every other month.
The BH Star Awards Ceremony launch took place at The Lighthouse Poole, with over 400 people in attendance from both big and small local businesses all over the BH postcodes.

Set up by Richard and Jackie Phillipson, this sparkling ceremony was a true win for the area and was hosted by local celebrity Chris Garvis.
Louise, who runs Food for Thought Cookery School from her home in Westbourne then went on to win a 3 rd Silver Award for New Business of the Year, coming 2 nd to new restaurant Dragnfly in Ashley Cross.
As well as teaching you healthy, quick and easy recipes in classes, she caters for hen parties, corporate team building, and private classes, as well as co-hosting wine & chocolate pairing events, a healthy Pudding Club and not forgetting her health and wellbeing talks with cooking demonstrations to local companies and groups talking about tips and tricks to reduce stress, improve productivity and lead a healthier, balanced life.
Louise commented, ‘I am over the moon right now, for a one women band doing everything herself, to win 3 silver awards against some huge local businesses makes it even more special. I really couldn’t believe it. It just shows that hard work, passion, determination and commitment mean that dreams really can come true.’ If you’d like to find out more about Louise’s award winning healthy cookery school, visit www.fftcookeryschool.co.uk.

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