Energy-efficient appliances for The Wellbeing Farm

18 Jun, 13

Training centre for De Dietrich in North West

De Dietrich appliances have been chosen by Lancashire-based The Wellbeing Farm for its purpose-built Cookery School, which will also act as a De Dietrich training centre for the North-West.

Situated in Edgworth, near Bolton, The Wellbeing Farm is the vision of managing director, Celia Gaze. The original building, barns and outhouses have been rebuilt and refurbished to become a lifestyle venue dedicated to all aspects of wellbeing. In addition, the Farm also has its own wind-powered electricity turbine making it self-sufficient.

To complement the environmentally-friendly ethos, all appliances from the De Dietrich Core Collection have been chosen. Each workstation features an A-10% energy-rated DOS1160X Touch Control Multifunction Pyroclean Oven with Steam Functions and Animated Display, together with DTi600V Four Zone Induction Hobs. The demonstration bench features a DTi1032X Induction Wok, and DTi1041 Continuum Zone and there are two DHD1192X Designer Hoods.

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Richard Walker, sales and marketing director of De Dietrich Kitchen Appliances, said: “We value true partnerships with cookery schools as they present a great opportunity for potential customers to ‘try before they buy’, experiencing the real benefits our product range can deliver. We are therefore delighted to announce our latest association with the Cookery School at the Wellbeing Farm, which will also act as our training centre for the North West.

“The venue is stunning and we are very impressed by the breadth and scope of the daily cookery courses on offer. We are very pleased by the enthusiastic and proactive approach of the team, and we look forward to a long and happy association in the future.”

The Wellbeing Farm Cookery School is the latest addition to the existing line-up of cookery schools De Dietrich is already associated with. They include the Mike Robinson Game and Wild Food Cookery School in Berkshire, the Tante Marie Culinary Academy in Surrey, L’atelier des Chefs on Wigmore Street and St Paul’s EC2, both in London.