STUDENTS from a school in Northwich have received the royal seal of approval after launching a collection of delicious recipe books for a charity close to the schools heart.

Food and Nutrition students at The Grange School in Hartford were challenged with creating a recipe book during lockdown on a theme of their choice to raise funds for Motor Neurone Disease Association.

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Students in Years 7 and 8 had so many contributions and delicious recipes it meant that they were able to create an entire collection of books to accompany the winning titles.

The school were even honoured to receive a contribution from HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, who kindly sent the students one of her own recipes to include in the collection too.

The recipe books feature a range of dishes designed appeal to everybody including family meals and vegetarian recipes, while there is even a book containing recipes especially for dogs.

Teacher of Food and Nutrition, Catherine Moore said: "This was a real team effort from the Year 7 and 8 students, bringing a wide range of ideas to the project.

"The pupils’ enthusiasm was staggering and with the help of one of our sixth form graphics students who kindly illustrated and designed the books we created our collection called ‘Unity’.

"We’re especially delighted that we were able to include a recipe from HRH The Duchess of Cornwall in here and we really do hope that we’re able to help raise some much needed funds as well as awareness for the Motor Neurone Disease Association."

The books are available to order until Wednesday, June 9 and can be collected from the school office w/c 21st June.

Please contact for more information and to place an order.

All profits will go to The MND Association, which focuses on improving access to care, research and campaigning for those people living with or affected by MND in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.