A GOOD Cookery event will be held this weekend in aid of a Service Project trip.
Emily Thornton, 17 and Andrew Thornton, 16, both of Rhyl, will be putting on the event in order to raise funds to go out to Cape Town, South Africa, in April, to help the community.
There will be cooking demonstrations, tasting sessions, Taste Academy displays, free refreshments and sales stalls, with items for sale such as cooking utensils, cookery books, cakes and preserves.
The trip is based on providing practical help to the local people in South Africa, whilst creating cross-cultural understanding for the participants through direct exposure to the South African culture.
The duo, who attend Eirias High School in Colwyn Bay, with the help of the other Young People from Sussex Street Christian Centre, have been raising the £3000 required for the trip by doing Car Washing, Gardening and other odd jobs.
The event will take place at Sussex Street Christian Centre, Rhyl, on Saturday, March 8 from 10 am to 3 pm.
There will be a £2 admission charge and all profits from this event will be used to support Emily and Andrew.