The Aldingbourne Trust is an award winning charity that supports adults with learning disabilities and/or autism to live independent lives. The Trust are creating a charity cookbook to raise funds for the people that they support, and to help promote their health and wellbeing.
Through creating a cookbook we hope to raise the additional funds needed to run our workshops at our social enterprise, Number 73 Aldwick Road in Bognor Regis. Our workshops encourage the people we support to develop their culinary skills and discover healthy ways of cooking.
We are looking for help from the local community on this project. Would you like to share your favourite recipes? We would like to include recipes from: soups, salads, snacks, main meals and puddings, or anything you love to cook. You could also tell us your favourite family meal, and what makes it so special to you. The recipe book will provide quick and easy meals for us to share with the people we support, and it will also be available to purchase later in the year – just in time for your Christmas shopping.
As a thank you for your support on this project, we are running a competition, for your chance to win your own copy of the recipe book and a family entry ticket (for up to four people) to the Aldingbourne Country Centre. All you need to do is send your recipes to email@example.com, and provide us with your first name and location to be printed with your recipe. We cannot guarantee all recipes will be included, but you can send as many recipes as you like to increase your chances of winning. All entries must be submitted by the 31st August 2019.
We would also like to hear your stories of the Aldingbourne Trust, and what it means to you. You may have a family connection to the Trust, or you might have visited our Aldingbourne Country Centre. We would love to share some memories in the cookbook, to help people understand more about the Aldingbourne Trust and what it means to our local community.
Visit our website www.aldingbournetrust.org for information on becoming a Friend of the Aldingbourne Trust, and more about our award winning charity that supports adults with learning disabilities and/or autism to live independent lives.