Banbridge Academy students have enjoyed designing a nutritional meal for runners and walkers taking part in the Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon 2014 with celebrity chef and CLIC Sargent ambassador, Jenny Bristow.
An inspired choice
Over 100 entries were received from schools across Northern Ireland and after much deliberation the judging panel awarded first place to Lucy Wan and Emma Telford for their inspired paella dish.
Chef, Jenny Bristow said: "The quality and standard of the menus that I received were absolutely fantastic; I could tell that each student had put a lot of time and effort into them.
"I hope that taking part in my school’s competition has helped pupils to gain nutritional knowledge for a runner taking part in a sporting activity..."
CLIC Sargent Northern Ireland Appeal Director Teresa Sloan said: "We are absolutely delighted to work with our ambassador Jenny Bristow, on this school initiative and we are so pleased with number and quality of entries.
CLIC Sargent would like to thank all the schools that entered for their commitment and support for the competition and the CLIC Sargent Northern Ireland Appeal.
"The Appeal to date has received tremendous support…but we still have some way to go before we reach the fundraising target.
So, if you’re a runner and are interested in getting involved in the Deep RiverRock Belfast City Half Marathon, why not do it and 'Run for Home' any money you raise will stay in Northern Ireland and go directly to the Appeal."
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Find out more
To find out how you can help raise funds for the CLIC Sargent's Northern Ireland Appeal, please contact the CLIC Sargent fundraising team on 02890 725 780 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.