Aligarh cookery school launches with masterclass

On Sunday 26 April Crosspool’s Aligarh Indian restaurant launches its cookery school with a masterclass from chef Jaswant Mehra.

The session includes cookery demonstrations, one-on-one training, recipe cards and buffet.

Tickets are £35 each- call 0114 266 6096 to book.

Aligarh cookery school launches with masterclass
Aligarh cookery school launches with masterclass


Aligarh cookery demonstration and St Columba’s cookery course

Aligarh cookery demonstration

Aligarh Indian restaurant in Crosspool
Aligarh Indian restaurant in Crosspool

On Sunday 8 February Aligarh restaurant chefs will be demonstrating how to cook Chicken Balti, Chana Masala and Pilau Rice at the Crosspool restaurant.

The session takes place 2-4pm and all guests will receive a three course meal, and a complimentary recipe card.

Tickets are £15 each – call the restaurant on 0114 266 6096 to book.

St Columba’s cookery course

St. Columba's church, Crosspool
St. Columba’s church, Crosspool

Meanwhile, St Columba’s popular Magnificent Meals for Men cookery course will be returning from Friday 30 January.

The cost for this is £50 for six sessions (£25 in case of financial difficulty), payable by cheque in advance.

Last chance to give your views on library proposals

Broomhill library
Broomhill library is due to close

The campaign by Broomhill Library Action Group (BLAG) to save Broomhill library is reaching a head, with campaigners delivering leaflets and getting out and about in the community over the weekend.

The consultation period is due to end on Friday 10 January, so if you want to comment on the council proposals, you should do so before then.

BLAG is inviting Crosspool residents to join them and other library users from across the city to present petitions to the council at 1pm on Wednesday 8 January outside the Town Hall.

How you can protest against the closure of Broomhill library

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Save Broomhill Library
Save Broomhill Library