Suffolk Show 2018: Woodbridge School pupils join the professionals in bustling food hall

Woodbridge School pupils, Nathan Little and Callum Sycamore, both 17, with the cookbook curated by p

Woodbridge School pupils, Nathan Little and Callum Sycamore, both 17, with the cookbook curated by pupils Picture: KATY SANDALLS - Credit: Archant

Amongst the seasoned professionals in the Suffolk Show’s food tent were a few younger faces.

Earlier this year Woodbridge School’s Young Enterprise Team produced a cook book with the help of local businesses.

‘East Coast Eats’ featured recipes from producers like Stokes Sauces and cafes like Honey and Harvey.

Down at the show today

“It’s very nice talking to people,” said Nathan Little, 17, one of the project team members.


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“Most of these people have been doing it for a long time.”

As well as the original cook book the group now boast their own merchandise in the form of aprons.

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Callum Sycamore, the projects managing director believed that the group had really got into the project as time had gone on.

“If you would have asked me in September I would not have predicted this as the outcome,” said Callum.

The group have their regional final on the 13th June.

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