Canterbury Enrolment


Contact your GP, Practice Nurse, other health professional or community support service. They will refer you to the course co-ordinator who will contact you to enrol you in a course.


The form below is for health professionals and community support services only.

> Age ≥ 60 years  (or age ≥ 55 years and affected by age-related diseases), and
> Lives alone or with one other person, and
> Wants to improve skills, motivation, or confidence around cooking
> Significant communication barriers, e.g. sight, hearing without aids, dementia
> Unable to safely use hands to operate kitchen equipment
> Significant mobility issues and/or unable to stand for up to 1 hour



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Newsletter picNewsletter for Senior Chefs


Our March 2018 newsletter is out now! Check out a super soup recipe, ideas with eggs and local events including our Autumn celebration - Issue 27 - March Table Talk 2018



Recipe of the Month

March is the first month of Autumn!  Roasted Vegetable Salad is a lovely transition from summer salads to autumn vegetables.  It's a great way to use up leftover vegetables.  Serve it with chicken, fish or scrambled eggs for a main meal or by itself for a very tasty lunch.

 Roasted Vegetable Salad