Did you come to the School Farm and Country Fair in Ipswich on Wednesday 21st April?
It was a great day out for children and grown-ups alike with a wide variety of interesting displays and stands. There was no chance of going hungry as our young visitors learnt how to make bread rolls with the Grain Chain team and our master baker, Anthony Kindred. Our grain art stand, where children could make pictures using a variety of different grains, also proved popular with the schools who visited the fair.
If you didn’t get the chance to come, why not try our recipe for bread rolls which can be found by clicking here: www.grainchain.com/Recipes/bread-rolls.
Bank holiday activities for children
The early spring bank holiday is only a week away and the weather looks set to be great so why not spend some time outdoors. Activities such as Frisbee or kwik cricket are great fun for all the family- why not pack a picnic and make a day of it?
Baking is also a fantastic way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon. Our recipe section on the website, www.grainchain.com/Recipes has some great, easy to make, recipes ranging from tasty treats and cool snacks to brilliant breakfasts and yummy meals. Why not try them out?
Short of cash? Did you know that many museums and art galleries in London are free? If on the other hand you fancy something a bit more lively, there are loads of vouchers about for theme parks and other attractions. An internet search for vouchers should do the trick. Make sure you take a healthy packed lunch with you to avoid the expensive, shop bought options.
You now have even longer to submit your Inspire! Entries
We’ve extended the deadline for entries to 5 May, so you now have even longer to perfect your lesson plans and send them to us for your chance to win £1500 for your school. See www.grainchain.com/inspire for more information.