KIND-HEARTED team members from the Coventry Boys and Girls Club delivered free food to people as part of their ‘Rate My Plate’ challenge.
The tireless team zig-zagged around the city to deliver exciting parcels of fresh ingredients, including vegetables and chicken breasts, along with other goodies and fact sheets and recipes.
Young people were then tasked with making a #CBGCratemyplatechallenge meal.
A CBGC spokesperson said: “As many families come to terms with the UK’s third extended lockdown, we hoped to provide a fun and educational family activity that could involve the whole household.
“We were certainly not disappointed – in fact, CBGC were blown away by the quality of entries, making it very difficult to choose an eventual winner.”
Staff received some amazing pictures of breaded chicken, curries and other dishes.
“We felt that the quality of dishes had exceeded our expectations, and the presentation was off the charts.
“In the end, when put to a vote, Cohen came out as the victor.”
He will now receive a £20 ‘Just Eat’ voucher for his efforts.
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