The cookery class where English is on the menu
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Bournemouth cookery class for young asylum seekers

A cookery class has been using food as a way to help young asylum seekers feel more settled in the community.

Students are encouraged to practise their English while learning how to prepare a meal.

The free workshops, run by the Friendly Food Club and Unity in Vision, take place once a week in Bournemouth and are paid for by the borough council.

Video journalists: Robyn Montague & Emily Ford

  • 16 Aug 2019
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