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Look what’s cooking! Chef Richard Hughes leads class on the culinary arts for pupils from Wymomdham’s Browick Road Primary School

PUBLISHED: 17:00 08 February 2017 | UPDATED: 12:42 10 February 2017

Browick Road Primary School, celebrated National Chef’s Adopt a School Week with a visit to the Richard Hughes Cookery School at the Assembly House in Norwich. Photo from Browick Road Primary School.

Browick Road Primary School, celebrated National Chef’s Adopt a School Week with a visit to the Richard Hughes Cookery School at the Assembly House in Norwich. Photo from Browick Road Primary School.

Browick Road Primary School

Pupils from a Wymondham school have once again joined a celebrity chef for more culinary adventures.

About 60 youngsters from Browick Road Primary School visited Richard Hughes’ new Assembly House Cookery School in Norwich to cook up a tasty dinner.

It follows a visit by Mr Hughes to the school in November as part of a nationwide Chefs Adopt a School programme.

He said he was thrilled to have the youngsters join him for the day on Tuesday, February 7.

Mr Hughes said: “When we relaunched our new cookery school in January, we thought who best to road-test it than a group of young aspiring chefs.

“The children at Browick Road Primary School have some serious talent and together we’re working on unearthing a few budding Norfolk chefs of the future.”

Mr Hughes will continue working with the school this year to share his enthusiasm for food and hospitality.

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