Bristol double-act start Little Kitchen Cookery School but think big

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Little Kitchen Cookery School


Food-mad double-act Claire Warren and Madeleine Joanes are looking to breed Bristol’s very own Jamie or Nigella after launching their start-up business – Little Kitchen Cookery School.

Leading the way for young entrepreneurs in the region, Little Kitchen Cookery School is based at 153 Wick Road, Brislington, Bristol, BS4 4HH and has been set up with the aim of getting people of all ages cooking nutritious food from scratch.

The daring duo kicked off their exciting project with an open day at their base in Brislington where they showcased their amazing range of cookery courses, which includes DIY Dining, Breakfast Club and After School Club.

The Little Kitchen girls are also available to hire for team building activities, community groups, social clubs and private parties.

Speaking about the project and aims for the future, Claire Warren said:

“Madeleine and I both share a huge passion for food and cooking and wanted to run a business that could help us share that passion. While our courses cater for all ages, we have some fantastic courses especially for children which are a brilliant way of getting kids eating healthier and enjoying meal times. The response from locals has been incredible so we look forward to hopefully helping Bristol find its very own little Jamie or Nigella.”

To help with the launch, Little Kitchen Cookery School received a grant from the Jazz Apple Foundation, which was recently set up to offer support to individuals, groups or charitable endeavours. The link will see Little Kitchen work as Jazz Apple ambassadors for the apple variety as they both look to promote “an apple a day” and healthy eating.

For more information on Little Kitchen Cookery School visit or follow them on Twitter @UKLittleKitchen. For info on the Jazz Apple Foundation visit or follow @JazzAppleUK.


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