Grow Make Eat Saturday Club

The Garden Gate, Margate, Kent

(for children 4-11 years old)

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Our Grow Make Eat children’s club inspire and excite young minds through hands on cooking activities using organic whole ingredients.
Each session the group will be guided to work together to make small dishes and bites that give them ownership and confidence to try at home. Of course they will get to share their creations with their new friends and parents.
All clubs are drop off and include organic dishes that the children prepare and share with friends and family

The Garden Gate Essentials

Dates for 2019

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    January 5th - February 9th
    March 2nd - March 30th

Location

CompassGarden Gate Project
Northdown Park Road
Margate, Kent, CT9 3TP
Based in Northdown Park near Northdown House Function Rooms and Thanet Leisure Force.

Prices

menu Half-day programme: 9.30am-12.30pm
    £20 (Sibling: £18) for one-off bookings
    £18 (Sibling: £15) if you book 10 sessions

    Includes lunch, drinks and snacks.
    Suitable for children 4-11 years old.
Parents and guardians invited to share lunch made by the children at the end of the session.

Bursary places available.

A perfect location for our talented team

telephone Our experienced and qualified team will make full use of The Garden Gate Project facilities such as the greenhouse, heated art and craft room, pond and wood fired oven!

As well as being experts in their specific field, all our team are equipped with outstanding communication skills, boundless energy, a full DBS and of course a warm and caring nature.

Children will be placed in two groups in order to ensure that all activities are accessible, challenging and rewarding for all. We follow Ofsted guidance for adult / child ratios.

Children with special needs welcome on application.
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" My 5 year old son has always been an extremely fussy eater, so I thought First hand Experiences’ Grow Make Eat will be a perfect weekend activity for him. He enjoyed grating vegetables to make salads with his friends, and I could not believe my eyes when he actually had a bite of beetroot! He also enjoyed getting his hands dirty digging soil and planting seeds. It was an amazingly successful day and I now have high hopes that by the end of summer he might be eating vegetables. Thank you Justin and his dedicated team. Kai is very much looking forward to his next activities!

Kai's Mother