Building on the success of our 4-week 'learn to cook' course last autumn, this year Didsbury Dinners aims to teach another 100+ people how to cook, for free!

We signed Manchester's climate change action plan 'Manchester: A Certain Future' (see http://www.manchesterclimate.com/home) and again wish to make sustainability the focus of the Didsbury Dinners 'learn to cook' sessions.

This means teaching people to cook in a way that has a positive benefit on their health, saves them money, and also helps the environment. So we'll be focusing on making it easier for people to buy or grow their own local, seasonal food, cut down on food waste, reduce meat and dairy consumption, avoid packaging, and recycle.

If you'd like to help us achieve this ambitious goal, please complete the survey below. We really appreciate your support.

The Didsbury Dinners Team

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* 1. What days and times would you be able to attend meetings? Please tick all that apply

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* 2. How often would you be willing to attend meetings?

* 3. Where would you most like meetings to be held?

* 4. Which of the following skills (if any) would you like to contribute to the Didsbury Dinners 'learn to cook' project?

* 5. Do you have a specialist skill that you would like to contribute to the 'learn to cook' project? Please state

* 6. Finally, please provide your contact details, ideally including an email address, so that we can contact you. Thanks again for your interest in helping the Didsbury Dinners 'learn to cook' project.

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