Lismullin Hospitality Services Centre recently launched a new building project co-financed by Meath Partnership through the Irish Department of Environment, Community and Local Government. With this new building project we start a new stage: Lismullin School of Culinary & Home Arts.
Lismullin Hospitality Services Centres has a 12 year track record of organising activities and courses to fulfil their mission. In these years the facilities have become increasingly limited as currently we can only manage a maximum of 6-8 people in the kitchen facility. For this reason we are launching this new development project which will allow us to cater for up to 24 people as well as including a much needed demonstration unit.
The team which runs the Lismullin complex on a day-to-day basis, is highly qualified and experienced. The evidence of their success is seen in that hundreds of people have come through the doors to participate in the different activities available up to now. Many have testified how this has given them a new perspective on why the home is so important or simply brought about a change for the good in their personal lives.
What makes Lismullin's School of Culinary & Home Arts different is that unlike other cookery schools that teach people to cook, we will be teaching a broader curriculum which influences the way people work in the home and the reasons behind why they may chose to do that. Our focus will not only be culinary skills but all the home arts which are important for creating a warm and welcoming home.
Through the Lismullin School of Culinary and Home Arts new facility we aspire to promote a greater understanding of the work that goes into creating a healthy and pleasant home; to have a tangible role in transmitting the competencies and knowledge required to do this and play a real role in making the home a major restorative in our society.
To find out more, please visit: www.lismullinculinary.com
This project has been co-financed by Meath Partnership through the Irish Department of Environment, Community and Local Government ‘Rural Development Programme Ireland 2007-2013’ and through the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas.