All aboard the cooking bus…

Get ready for Pancake Day

Get ready for Pancake Day!

This half-term children aged 8-11 years will be taught how to make sweet and savoury pancakes in an activity designed to make cooking fun and educational.
All ingredients are supplied and children get to take home anything they make.
The cooking bus is visiting on Wednesday 22 February.
Children will be collected from Wellington Civic & Leisure Centre Reception.
Session times: 9.15-10.15am / 10.30-11.30am / 11.45am-12.45pm /
1.30-2.30pm / 2.45-3.45pm.
Prices: £5.00 for Telford Loyalty Cardholders, £6.25 for non-tlc customers and £5.65 for non-residents. Book online by visiting
It’s the first time the cooking bus has appeared as part of Telford & Wrekin Council’s Holiday Activities programme.
Cllr Richard Overton Cabinet Member for Housing, Leisure & Health said: “Our Holiday Activities Programme has something for everyone, including tennis, skiing, gymnastics, bubble football and adrenaline tubing.”
If you are looking for something completely different to try during the school holidays you are in the right place. You can check out all the activities on offer by visiting Pre booking essential


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