Ingredients for a winning design from Bourton school
A MICHELIN star chef has found a star designer from a school in Bourton.
Chef Russell Brown has chosen a winner in a competition to find the best design for St George's School's charity cookbook – by nine-year-old Rebecca Mann.
The cookbook will raise funds to improve opportunities for creative play at the school.
Head teacher Michael Salisbury said: "We plan to build a stage in our playground and aim to have a performance time each day. The school council has raised money to buy a puppet theatre to go on the stage which can be used in some of the performances.
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"We are also going to use the money to help to build a boat for the children to play."
Mr Brown said: "St George's School is rightly proud of the effort it puts into teaching children about food, where it comes from and how it is produced."
A number of local businesses have sponsored the cook book, including Blackacre Eggs.
To buy the book, call 01747 840409.