Get Cooking Loyle Carner’s Chilli Con Carner cooking school returns for its fourth year!

Loyle Carner’s Chilli Con Carner Cooking school returns for its fourth year!

Applications are now open for kids with ADHD, in conjunction with GOMA.

The wonderful soul that is Loyle Carner is once again opening up applications for kids aged 14-16 who have ADHD to join his ‘Chilli Con Carner’ cooking school.

The past three years have been very successful and now it’s back for a fourth! The cooking school is a free initiative that Loyle runs in association with social enterprise, GOMA.

This years’ school dates are still to be confirmed, but you can find more information on it here.

It’s well known that Loyle himself has grown up with ADHD and is said to have found solace in both music and cooking as great outlets to channel his high levels of creativity and energy; something he wants to share with others.

You can watch a documentary about the school here.

Check out DIY’s review of Loyle’s recent album ‘Not Waving, But Drowning’ here.

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