Moor homegrown food

Moor Park School in Ludlow hosted BBC Radio 4’s culinary
programme, The Kitchen Cabinet, which was hosted by
renowned food critic Jay Rayner. The programme aired on
Friday 27 December and is the first in its new series. Tim
Anderson, former winner of Masterchef, was one of the
panel taking part in the programme, alongside chef
Sophie Wright and food historian Polly Russell.

Based on the border of Herefordshire and Shropshire,
two counties known for their ability to produce some
of the UK’s finest homegrown food, Ludlow is a haven
for local produce. Moor Park makes it a policy to source
much of its food from the local area and children from
the school were in the audience with questions for the
famous foodies.

Back (l-r): Panellists Sophie Wright, Polly Russell, Tim Anderson and Jay Rayner. Front (l-r): Y8 pupils Isabella Hathaway, Isadora Bury, Libby Hunt, Jack Atkinson, Marco Fernandez de Araoz, Edward Atkinson

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