A cookbook aimed at raising funds for Aberlady Primary School has been given the backing of Cruden Homes.
The developers, who are building a new development of three, four and five-bedroom homes at Meadowside in the village have funded the entire print run, allowing every penny raised from sales of the book to go directly to the school.
The cookbook has been put together by Aberlady Primary School’s Parent Council, who have seen many of their regular fund-raising efforts put on hold because of Covid, while the need for money to supply children with laptops and other essentials for home schooling has increased.
Alison Walker, Chair of Aberlady Primary School Parent Council, says: “It has been a difficult time, so we cannot thank Cruden enough for their support. Their generosity in paying for the print run means that all the money raised from the cookbook will now go to supporting school funds.”
Hazel Davies, Sales and Marketing Director, Cruden Homes (East), said: “We are delighted to have been able to help Aberlady Primary School Parent Council with their book of fantastic recipes.
"Many of the families moving into our homes at Meadowside have children who are pupils at Aberlady Primary and by backing the cookbook we have been able to play an important part in supporting the community.”
The book contains recipes from pupils, parents and staff as well as from local chefs and restaurants. It is now on sale from the school and from local shops priced at £8.00. Cruden Homes will also be including a copy in the welcome pack for all new homeowners yet to move into Meadowside.Back to Latest News