Children’s tasty treats at the mill

A FUN and healthy menu designed by children for children is now available to sample at the Brampton Mill restaurant. Children from Brampton Community Infant School were invited to devise a healthy menu and the best three dishes were selected to appear on

A FUN and healthy menu designed by children for children is now available to sample at the Brampton Mill restaurant.

Children from Brampton Community Infant School were invited to devise a healthy menu and the best three dishes were selected to appear on a special children's menu.

Jenny Chandler from Brampton Mill said: "We are always looking for ways to promote healthy eating within the community.

"As we are a family establishment we thought we would ask children from a local school to devise a healthy menu for us."


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The winning main course was called pasta mountain and consisted of penne pasta with minced beef, carrots and broccoli and was devised by six year old Thomas.

The winning dessert was a fruit kebab that consisted of skewered pieces of strawberry, kiwi, melon, grape and orange with a raspberry sauce devised by seven year old Heather.

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The last winner was seven year old Morgan who devised a drink called a Cinderella or Prince Charming that consisted of orange and pineapple juice mixed with non-alcoholic Grenadine and topped with soda water.

The pasta mountain is £4.50, the fruit kebab is £1.75 and the drink is £1.25.

For every children's special purchased, £1 will go to Brampton Community Infant School.

Dawn Fuller from the School added: "The children had a brilliant time devising their own menus and learning about healthy eating. The money collected from the children's menu will be used to enhance learning facilities at the school."

Pictured are chefs Phil Morton and Matthew Cannon with Heather, Thomas and Morgan.

PICTURE: THE HUNTS POST

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