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Terms & conditions: LITTLE CHEFS WORKSHOP

  1. Full payment is to be made in advance of the workshop (we will e-mail payment details to you).

  2. Payment is non-refundable and we cannot refund any cancellations made.

  3. We can accommodate special dietary requirements although we ask that you make us aware of these at the time of booking via our pre-attendance form so that we can plan accordingly.

  4. Whilst we will not be cooking with nuts, we will be cooking on premises where nuts and other allergens are stored. Due to these circumstances, we cannot guarantee an allergy-free (nut/shellfish/etc) environment. Dadima’s will not be held liable for any allergic reactions or actions of this nature.

  5. Arrival: Please drop your children to our workshop 10 to 15 minutes in advance. If your child arrives late, we will have commenced the workshop.

  6. Please bring a morning snack for your child. Lunch and beverages will be provided.

  7. We recommend that the children wear practical clothing  – it will be messy cooking! Please bring a hair band with you if necessary for your child. Closed toe shoes should be worn for safety reasons.

  8. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate friends and family wishing to watch children whilst they are in the workshop due to limited space.

  9. We reserve the right to adapt the menu.

  10. We reserve the right to cancel the workshop due to extreme/unforeseen circumstances. In this event, alternative dates will be offered or a full refund will be given,

  11. Safety & hygiene: We will give safety & hygiene instructions to the children before our workshop commences. We will be demonstrating the dishes which require cooking over a hob and for health and safety reasons, children will only get involved at a safe distance. Dadima’s will not be held liable for personal injury.

  12. Dadima’s is a family brand based on mutual respect and kindness. Verbal and physical abuse will not be tolerated during the workshop. We reserve the right to call a parent should behaviour become disruptive to other students.