In the second of DGWGO's monthly blogs from Nick Morris the owner of the brand new Station House Cookery School in Kirkcudbright, we hear all about the work involved in converting the disused Kirkcudbright Railway Station into the South of Scotland’s first purpose built cookery school which is set to officially open on May 26th / 27th 2018. To read the full articles click on the cow!
We're just a couple of weeks away from our official launch and just to wet your whistle here's a couple of sneaky peeks into the kitchen where we will be teaching our classes shcs1Nick’s-Profile-Picturekitchen
Station House Cookery School is the first of its kind in Dumfries and Galloway and opens May 2018. The venue includes a dedicated cookery demonstration room for 40 people and student kitchens with 18 individual workstations. The official open days for this unique venture are May 26th/ 27th.Picture4Picture3Picture2Picture1Saturday 26th May11.00am: The event will be opened at 11am Saturday 26th by Emma Harper MSP who will then take part in the ‘Celebration of Dumfries and...
The Cookery Classes for October have been released and are filling up fast. There are classes on Bread / Pasta / Pastry / Indian Food / Sweet Treats and Children's Classes. The choice is yours, just make it quick!
We are all really proud to have been invited by Emma Harper to represent Dumfries and Galloway at the Scottish Business in Paliament Conference this September 2017. It's a real chance to sing the praises of the amazing Food and Drink industry in South West Scotland as well as supporting the local producers.