Welcome to the new Vegetarian Society Cookery School!
If you pop by the Vegetarian Society Cookery School, you’ll find it isn’t just the dishes and ingredients that glow with freshness – the whole school has a fresh new look and feel.
To reflect these physical changes, the cookery school’s online presence is also enjoying a new lease of life.
Exciting new features
This website now boasts a whole range of additional features – for example, it is now much easier to buy a gift voucher for the kitchen-dwellers in your life, or share your favourite cookery courses with your friends and family on social media. The site’s improved search facility means you can now find your ideal cookery experience by searching for specific courses, your interests, or even when you’ve got a window in your calendar.
Our cookery experiences have been revised to make them even more on-trend, and focused on what YOU want. In some cases this has meant introducing new recipes, and in others it has led to the development of some brand new courses to add to our calendar.
Even more great courses
The reason this is all taking place now is because the Vegetarian Society Cookery School has seen a major surge in bookings of late, and we want to ensure visitors to our school are getting the best possible service and experience. And what better time to invest a little time, money and love into our cookery school than when we’re frequently having to put on extra dates for our most popular courses to avoid having to turn customers away.
As you might expect, Jonathan Smith, the Vegetarian Society Cookery School Manager, is particularly excited about what these new developments can do for the school and for the organisation as a whole: “Our brilliant team has been working really hard to make sure we offer amazing, informative vegetarian and vegan courses and workshops, but also provide an enjoyable, exciting and memorable experience for everyone who comes through our doors. Sure, the newly revamped kitchen, courses and website are an important part of this – but it’s also about the fact people can feel good about coming here. After all, by taking part in a workshop at the Vegetarian Society Cookery School, they are also helping support our charitable work.”