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Welcome to the homepage for the University of Chester Nutrition Society.

We welcome students from all courses, you don't have to be a Nutrition Student, just have an interest in cooking, or want to improve your skills in the kitchen.

We organise monthly cooking sessions, held in the University Food Lab in Cloisters Building Room 105 (first floor). The membership fee is £6.00 for the year and covers the cost of all ingredients. Any other events will be pay as you go. 

We also have regular socials between the cooking sessions, such as going out for Pizza, Afternoon Tea, Christmas Meal, Bowling, Escape Rooms etc.

We like to support various Charities, such as the British Heart Fundation, Macmillan Cancer Charity, Chester Aid to the Homeless and the Foodbank. The society arranged a collection of Long life Food items when students left their residential properties on campus. The collection was delivered to the Chester Food Bank and weighed in at an amazing 77kg.

Last year 2018/19 we won the CSU 'Small Society' award and our Trophy is on display in the Clinical Sciences admin office Room 404 in Tower Building.

Joining this society is a great oppurtunity to learn more about nutrition as well as making new friends, we hope to see you soon!


"I have been the Nutrition Society President for 2 years and have thoroughly enjoyed my time. It does take a lot of work and planning to organise sessions but we have fun and working in groups, makes it a social time as well. I have made some good friends and the members have been very supportive, such as when we made cakes for a bake sale, in aid of charity. They have also been keen on volunteering and have signed up to help 'The Big Broth' and the 'Chester Healthy Eating Workshops' (CHEW). I was so proud fthe society received the 'Small Society' Award from the Chester Student's Union and we valued their support, while we found our feet as a new Society. I would recommend students to join this society and even think about becoming a committee member. Extracurricular activities are very important alongside your degree and can help you achieve the Chester Difference Award. You get 2 CDA points for being a committee member or 3 points for being the president." - Sue Jones


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