New schools recipe book launched in aid of EACH

New schools recipe book launched in aid of EACH

Nov 10, 2014
Suffolk based Eastern Facilities Management Services, who provide school meals in and around Suffolk have launched their very own schools recipe book priced at £5 to raise money for EACH.

The company have been supporting EACH throughout the year in memory of employee Karen Hood, a Catering Trainer for the firm who tragically passed away at the end of last year. The company have been hard at work with a variety of fundraising activities but the recipe book is their most recent venture.

The recipe book will take you back in time to your school days and includes recipes for the favourite school puddings – chocolate crunch and even chocolate custard!

Jo Emmerson from EFMS said “We wanted to do a recipe book but wanted something a little different.  We are always getting asked about our pudding recipes especially the chocolate crunch and felt that we might be able to sell more of the books and make more profit to donate to EACH.  

If you’d like to get your hands on a copy of the book we’ll be at Barclays bank in Ipswich on Saturday 8 November from 9.30am to 3pm and at Gresham’s Craft Fair on Sunday 16 November from 1pm to 4pm. All profits from the book will be going directly to EACH. 

EFMS will also be selling the recipe books at parents evenings in schools.

And once you’ve bought your copy why not hold a pudding night for your friends and get your local community involved to raise all-important funds for EACH.

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