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Vanclaron CHATS (WeCook And Bake Along)

This session will enable connection, tackle social isolation and loneliness which in turn improve your mental health and overall wellbeing.

Join our online cooking and baking class to work collaboratively and safely with other people, giving you an opportunity to build friendships that can be extended offline.

The WeCook & Bake Along session for this Saturday is cooking session.
We will be making Chicken Mexicano (Chicken sizzler) and rice, to cook along with us this week you need the following ingredients:
2 Chicken breasts, Mushroom , Pepper (green,red,yellow), Onion, can of sweet corn and Rice.

You can also just join to learn the recipe and make it later in your own time.

To join click the link 5 minutes before the session starts: https://zoom.us/j/91808940190?pwd=TTZ1WWZvM1NKRG41bkVucG9JOHFZdz09

Click here to see our other CHATS Support groups

Who to contact

Contact Name
Dr Edith Iheama
Contact Position
Chief Executive Officer
Telephone
07894740138
E-mail
info@vanclaron.co.uk
Website
https://www.vanclaron.co.uk/
Notes

You can send us an email to: info@vanclaron.co.uk

or call us on these numbers: 07894740138/ 0115 784 9407

Where to go

Name
Vanclaron CIC
Address
Unit 55 Lenton Business Centre
Lenton Boulevard
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
Postcode
NG7 2BY

When is it on?

When is it on
Every Saturday From 12pm To 1pm
Session Information
To join the session use this link on Saturday at 11.55pm. https://zoom.us/j/91808940190?pwd=TTZ1WWZvM1NKRG41bkVucG9JOHFZdz09
Time of day
Afternoon
Day(s)
Saturday

Other Details

Costs

Details
Free service for low income individuals including refugees and asylum seekers. Paid consultations and workshops for businesses and organisations.

Availability

Age Ranges
18+
Referral required
No
Referral Details

You can be referred by other organisation or you can self refer

Other notes

We offer face-to-face and online support, workshops and consultations.

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