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Tegan Andrews Wins Young Chef District Final!

The District Young Chef final was held at Neath Port Talbot College on Friday 21st February.  In a tightly fought contest Tegan Andrews, a pupil at Bryngwyn School and sponsored by the Rotary Club of Llanelli was declared the winner, with Gwenno Griffiths sponsored by the Rotary Club of Narberth and Whitland the runner-up. Both will now go forward to the Regional final being hosted by District 1210 at Stoke on Trent on Saturday 15th March.

Seven contestants entered the competition with entries from Llandovery (Abigail Ghiani), Cardiff Breakfast (Tayla Morgan), Swansea Valley (Amber Philpott), Barry (Hannah Kerslake), and Builth Wells (Joanne Manser) in addition to Tegan and Gwenno. Judges Helen Lavercombe and Emma Harrington complimented all the competitors on their achievements and gave useful tips on how to improve to each competitor.

In presenting the certificates and prizes, DG David Curtis said he was always amazed at the standards achieved in these events, and this was no exception. “Anyone of you can come and cook for me!” he said. He thanked the College and Swansea Valley for hosting, and the judges for their time and expertise. “But above all the competitors, parents, teachers, and supporters for making it all possible”.