Suc­cess is on the menu for ‘masterchef’

Stockport Express - - Your Views -

●●Artist Jane McNeill at work and, right, one of her paint­ings A YOUNG­STER at a Heald Green pri­mary school has showed off her culi­nary skills to be de­clared the win­ner of a ‘masterchef ’ style com­pe­ti­tion.

The an­nual con­test is held for pupils in year five at Etchells Pri­mary School and the en­trants are asked to bring a dish of their choice – and mak­ing – into the school for the teach­ers to try.

A short­list is then cre­ated and those named as the fi­nal­ists made their dish again in school for the head chef at the Point­ing Dog in Chea­dle.

Farah Hus­sain was de­clared the over­all win­ner and was in­vited with her fam­ily to the Point­ing Dog where her dish, veg­etable samosas, had been made into a spe­cial starter and fea­tured on the main menu.

THE fol­low­ing peo­ple have ap­peared be­fore Stock­port mag­is­trates: ●●RYAN JAMES MCANDREW, 24, of Brown­ing Road, Red­dish, ad­mit­ted crim­i­nal dam­age and as­sault. Com­mu­nity pun­ish­ment or­der with a pro­gramme re­quire­ment, fined £50, £100 com­pen­sa­tion, £85 costs. ●●SCOTT EDGE, 47, of Bux­ton Road, Heav­i­ley, pleaded guilty to as­sault. One-year con­di­tional dis­charge, £85 costs. ●●GIL­LIAN ROW­BOTHAM, 65, of Grimshaw Close, Bred­bury, ad­mit­ted drink-driv­ing. Fined £120, 17-month ban, £85 costs. ●●ADELE MOORE, 49, of Farn­don Road, Red­dish, pleaded guilty to as­sault. Com­mu­nity pun­ish­ment or­der with 150 hours’ un­paid work, £200 com­pen­sa­tion, £85 costs. ●●EL­LIOTT CHARLES TURNER, 20, of Oak­dale Drive, Heald Green, ad­mit­ted the use of threat­en­ing, abu­sive or in­sult­ing words or be­hav­iour and as­sault­ing a po­lice of­fi­cer. Twelve­month con­di­tional dis­charge, £50 com­pen­sa­tion, £85 costs. ●●CHRISTO­PHER DAVIES, 45, of Gathill Close, Chea­dle Hulme, pleaded guilty to two counts of shoplift­ing, one count of driv­ing not in ac­cor­dance with a li­cence and one of driv­ing a ve­hi­cle with no test cer­tifi­cate. Twelve weeks’ jail sus­pended for two years, £194 com­pen­sa­tion. ●●NI­CHOLAS JOHN MA­HER, 39, of the Long­sons, Lan­cashire Hill, ad­mit­ted three counts of breach­ing a re­strain­ing or­der. Forty-two weeks in jail.

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