National Families Week Community recipe book

Due to the current COVID-19 situation and the importance of physical distancing for ongoing community wellbeing, Devonport Council is celebrating National Families Week in a different way this year.

This pandemic highlights the importance of the theme of National Families Week – Stronger Families, Stronger Communitiesand the role families play by working together to support each other and provide care for those in the broader community.

Devonport Council wants you to get creative with your family and submit to us your favourite family recipe. It could be one that has been handed down through the generations… or it could be a scrumptious concoction you as a family have created in isolation.

All recipes submitted during Family Week will be included in a downloadable “Devonport Community Recipe book”, which will be available to download on Council’s website for the whole community to enjoy.

Devonport Mayor, Cr Annette Rockliff will judge all recipes that are submitted, and great prizes will be given to those chosen as first, second and third best recipes.

So pull the family together and get cooking in the kitchen!!

Recipes can be submitted to or via the form below.  Please specify when submitting your recipe if you do not wish it to be included in the community recipe book.  We would love a photo of your family cooking up a storm to use with your permission of course.

If you don’t have access to the internet recipes can also be dropped off at the ground floor paranaple centre, East Devonport Child & Family Centre & Devonport Community House

National Families Week 15-21 May 2020

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