It will soon be mother's day here in the UK and it's time to get thinking about the ideal present.
Now flowers are always nice but at this time of year, the only blooms other than a crocus come from Holland or even further
afield. If you're thinking about your carbon footprint, how about getting mum a nice book instead? You know, something like
Henley Standard talks about Kids Chaos
Town's appetite growing for next month's food festival
By Richard Reed
FINAL PREPARATIONS are being put in place for the second Henley Food Festival — with a host of new features confirmed
for the two-day event.
Following the success of last year — which saw an estimated 15,000 people flock to the Market Place — organisers
have launched an initiative to get future foodies interested in what they eat.
There's nothing like sticky fingers - and eating the goodies as this little girl discovers.Kids Kitchen Chaos, organised by
committee member Steff Cromack, promises to be a fun-filled introduction to youngsters about the importance of food and eating
Children will be able to design and paint their own plate, with help from The Kiln Ceramic Cafe, which will also be running
a competition to win 酄穙rth of gift vouchers.
Youngsters will also be able to try their hand at decorating gingerbread men, making two-minute trifles and fruit cones.
There will be cookery workshops with Splatt Cooking, and demonstrations from Carolyn Robb and Morag Cuddeford-Jones.
Jennie Delbridge will host a question and answer session about family nutrition and a touch and taste table and children’s
entertainment will be laid on.