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Management course for Burnley food outlets

BURNLEY Council is helping food businesses become more efficient by holding a free business management event.

The event, which is being held on Wednesday between 12.30pm and 2.30pm at Thomas Whitham Sixth Form College, aims to give advice to takeaways and other food outlets on how to improve their food hygiene rating and also boost profits.

Coun Howard Baker, the council’s executive member for housing and environment, said: “Supporting local business is one of the council’s top priorities.

“This event will help food business improve the way they work and give valuable advice on how they can expand their business and generate extra profits.

“This is yet another way the council is backing Burnley business”.

To book your place contact Julie or Adam on 01282 477284.

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11:20am Fri 25 Jan 13

Izanears says...

It will be interesting to see just how many takeaway owners come on the course. I hope it includes a session about not pouring waste cooking oil down drains or in water courses!.
It will be interesting to see just how many takeaway owners come on the course. I hope it includes a session about not pouring waste cooking oil down drains or in water courses!. Izanears
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2:26pm Fri 25 Jan 13

DaveBurnley says...

It's probably a course on which meat you can shove into kebabs without poisoning too many clients.
It's probably a course on which meat you can shove into kebabs without poisoning too many clients. DaveBurnley
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5:22pm Fri 25 Jan 13

TONY WALES says...

It remains to be seen what if any, difference this makes to the takeaways.

Some of them could do with a good clean outside and inside, before I will ever visit one.
How to check if the workers are allowed to live in the U/K, would also help, if the reports in this newspaper are read.
It remains to be seen what if any, difference this makes to the takeaways. Some of them could do with a good clean outside and inside, before I will ever visit one. How to check if the workers are allowed to live in the U/K, would also help, if the reports in this newspaper are read. TONY WALES
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