Recently, Asda Brighton Marina very kindly donated some kitchen items to be used for cooking sessions in the Hub.
The donation included kitchen cookware and utensils to stock two kitchens, enabling more young adults who normally use the Hub - part of Chailey Heritage Futures - to take part in sensory cooking sessions. Items donated included baking items such as bowls, frying pans, saucepans, spatulas, measuring equipment and baking trays, as well as some crockery and cutlery.
The evoking of senses is an incredible enhancement to the learning experience for disabled young adults. More kitchen equipment will increase opportunities for more young adults to experience an interactive, hands-on, multi-sensory cooking session.
Staff member Ree, who is a Team Leader for the Futures Hub, visited the store to collect the items. Thank you very much to the Asda Foundation for supporting us with this donation as part of their Supporting Communities Grant.