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The Workhouse

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Most interesting few hours learning about the work house, who went there, why and what they did and how they were treated. The stories were told as you went round, and the exhibits were really very good, all in all a good day out .
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Being a keen foodie I recently attended a days course in knife skills at the Workhouse in Harleston. Not really knowing what to expect I went with an open mind and keen to learn a skill. On arrival we were warmly welcomed by Andrew the owner and Matt, the chef and our tutor for
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Today I made a messenger bag at the Workhouse. I was a bit nervous as I can only sew straight Items or maybe easy mending of items. Kirsty Reeves was such a brilliant tutor and really made me feel at ease. After a lovely lunch ( which was included in the price) with Andrew the
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The Workhouse is is a well designed, professional and friendly place to learn about food. Andrew, the owner, is friendly and approachable and full of useful information and amusing anecdotes. The chef on the day, Quinton Darcy, was enthusiastic and extremely knowledgeable about
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The Workhouse is a fantastic location for a cookery school, tucked away in the heart of Harleston, a charming little market town. Proprietor and host Andrew has created a gem, and his informal, easy-going style takes the intimidation out of learning something new. Highly
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