Heidi is Foodylicious Fraserburgh winner!

Congratulations!: Pictures are Nathan Reid and Georgia Cardno who were the runners up and Heidi Louise Murdoch who won with her design.
Congratulations!: Pictures are Nathan Reid and Georgia Cardno who were the runners up and Heidi Louise Murdoch who won with her design.

Congratulations to Heidi Louise Murdoch for her design of the Foodylicious Fraserburgh logo.

Foodylicious Fraserburgh is a new initiative being launched to support the local community to achieve a healthier lifestyle with a particular focus on healthy eating.

The competition ran within South Park school to design a logo for Foodylicious Fraserburgh and the winning design will be used for all Foodylicious projects and merchandise.

Andrew Mackie, Community Health Development Officer, who is part of the Foodylicious Fraserburgh project group, said:

“A big thank you has to go to everyone who entered the competition along with South Park School for allowing the children to participate. It was a hard decision to pick a winner and everyone deserves congratulations”.

The logo can be viewed on the Foodylicious Fraserburgh Facebook page along with various healthy messages and recipes.

The Foodylicious Fraserburgh Project was developed with multi-agency partners and plans to provide support to improve cooking skills in the area. It aims to develop a multi-agency approach to delivering clear and consistent messages to all families, around food and health using a number of fun programmes.

The project has already trained 31 Confidence to Cook trainers from a variety of agencies and community groups, ie Homestart, Children’s 1st, Lifeshapers, Family Centre, Community Learning and church groups.

Local residents have attended training groups to enable them to support new developments such as cooking clubs and groups.