Clitheroe's Roefield Leisure Centre's PASTA programme proving taty with parents and children

Roefield Leisure Centre's PASTA programme in Clitheroe has gone down a treat with participants and parents.

By Dominic Collis
Tuesday, 5th July 2022, 3:45 pm

The Play and Skills at Teatime scheme, launched in March, is funded by Lancashire County Council.

The initiative, which takes place on Thursdays at 4pm, empowers families with skills and awareness to build a healthier lifestyle.

Six-week blocks take place for 90 minutes and include an hour of physical activities that change weekly, such as athletics, boxing, fitness, plus many others.

Roefield Leisure Centre in Clitheroe is hosting the PASTA programme

This is then followed by a half-an-hour 'taster' session with Flavours Cookery School where participants are invited to make a healthy tea from scratch, with options including veggie burgers, BLT pasta salad and puff pastry pizza.

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The aim is to provide youngsters with meal ideas that can be replicated at home while offering them the chance to sample ingredients and dishes they might not have tried.

It’s free to those who qualify.

For more information, please contact Sarah at Roefield on 01200 442188 or visit www.ribblevalleywellbeing.co.uk/pasta.