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Head Teacher Karen Collett and her staff will be hosting a major food conference at Haddenham St Mary's School on Friday 27th June.

The principle theme under discussion will be how schools can help children understand and make good food choices to remain fit and healthy as well as understand where their food comes from and how it can be prepared and enjoyed.

Celebrity speakers, health and nutrition specialists and county level education officials will attend. If you intend going, please don't forget to phone the school 01844 291455 to book a place (£15 including lunch) or for more details.

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