Published: April 10, 2009
In photos: Easter open day held at Highbridge's Morland Hall

Highbridge residents flocked to an Easter-themed open day at Highbridge's Morland Hall this week.

The event, held on Wednesday (April 8th), included Easter craft-making sessions and cookery and healthy eating advice.

The day was held to publicise activities soon to start at the hall in Highbridge.

Jane Wilson of Sedgemoor Community Partnership told "Children made bread and biscuits in Easter shapes, decorated a cookie jar to put them in, and made Easter cards to give to their mums. Meanwhile, parents were able to relax, try out healthy snacks and find out about the new activities at Morland Hall."

It comes as a new 'Food for Life' course is set to start shortly at Morland Hall on Wednesday mornings. Tutor Solveig Curran will teach about aspects of healthy eating and participants will prepare a different healthy recipe each week. The free course is particularly aimed at parents and carers who want ideas for healthy cooking for their families. Anyone who would like more details of the new course should email Jane here.

Highbridge police also attended this week's open day and gave out information and advice sheets.


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