Brilliant Fish promotes greater use of local produce and locally caught
sustainable fish, develops understanding of healthy local ingredients and
encourages trading at farmers markets.
We put on cookery demonstrations at events and
community festivals and teach cookery skills with
particular reference to healthy eating, sustainability, and the local economy.
In partnership with:
community groups, parish and town councils, primary schools and special
needs groups within Cornwall and Devon we are always looking to develop opportunities and
Our educational projects include:
The educational projects are delivered by qualified tutors supported by
volunteers who have the opportunity of training in food hygiene and
other relevant courses.
Cookery workshops and classes held in community centres and parish halls
- Cooking sessions and visits for rural primary schools
Self directed cooking with young people
Development of workshops with special needs groups
- Cookery demonstrations at festivals, agricultural shows and historic houses.
Felicity Sylvester has worked as a tutor on the Petroc College “Tipping the Scales” project. She has worked with over 300 people in cookery classes and demonstrations for 4 to 86 year olds in ten community venues in North Devon: Holsworthy, Shebbear, Westward Ho!, Bideford, Appledore, Fremington, Tavistock, Pilton and Whiddon Valley, Barnstaple and South Molton.
Appledore Sustainable Fish held its Annual General Meeting on Monday 21 November in Appledore Social Club. We looked at the future of local fishing and food. The meeting was short and businesslike followed by drinks in the Club’s small bar and Gail’s delicious salt cod fish cakes.
© Chris Ray
The Community Supported Fisheries will be a new group for ordering local fish, shellfish and even sea vegetables. Interested? - call Felicity Sylvester on 07918 779060 or email us at email@example.com