Down Town Cookery School in Burnley takes on new 'Rise and Fall' kitchen units to benefit all
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The Down Town Cookery School, which provides culinary education, has seen the new units funded in partnership with Lancashire County
Council and Burnley Borough Council.
The £20,000 new units allow for easy adjustment of countertop heights, accommodating chefs of all abilities and requirements. Whether standing or sitting, these units ensure that students, professional chefs, and visitors can work comfortably, enhancing their culinary experience.
Mark Dempsey, head of Hospitality and Culture at Burnley Leisure and Culture, said: “We are excited to introduce the Rise and Fall kitchen niuts into our cookery school.
“We believe that these units will not only improve the learning environment for our students but also enhance the overall culinary experience for anyone who steps into our kitchen, meaning nobody should be excluded from learning to cook.”
The installation of these units is part of the Burnley Together partnerships commitment to providing the highest standards in support and fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment for all.
Burnley Together partners include Calico Homes, Burnley Leisure and Culture, Burnley FC in the Community and The Community Grocery, along with several other local charities and groups.
The Down Town Cookery School invites the community to come and experience the benefits of this innovative cookery school.
For more information, inquiries, or to schedule a visit, please contact Mark Dempsey by emailing [email protected]
The Down Town Cookery School is located in the heart of Burnley town centre within Charter Walk Shopping Centre (above New Look).