Towers School pupils compete in Rotary Young Chef competition

Three young chefs from The Towers School were fortunate enough to be able to compete in an internal Rotary Young Chef competition.

Thursday, 1st March 2018, 3:11 pm
Updated Thursday, 1st March 2018, 3:14 pm
Pupils (front row) with with Rotary Club representative Martin Leigh-Pollitt and the judges

Saskia Dunkling, Isabelle Hardy and Abi Oratis took part in the competition, held on February 5.

The District of Steyning and Upper Beeding Rotary Club represented by Martin Leigh-Pollitt and Peter Firth very kindly offered to run the event.

They organised external judges and supplied the prizes.

The competition was close and the judges, Edward Woodward and Kate Gover, had a difficult decision to pick a winner.

Isabelle, with her menu of tomato and mozzarella salad with flat bread, chicken wrapped in puff pastry and individual cheese cakes, was our worthy winner, closely followed by her competitors Saskia and Abi.

The girls were compleminted on their enthusiasm and enjoyment of cooking and a wonderful afternoon was had by all.

The prizes were presented by head teacher Clare Trelfa.