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Children's Pretend Pink Chef's Set

£11.99
SKU: BJ609
Your order will arrive within 3 - 5 days. The delivery charge to standard UK postcodes is £2.99, unless otherwise stated on the product page, or at checkout Free UK delivery on all orders over £50

Budding young Chef's need to look the part if they're going to make it to the top.
This bright gingham apron with matching hat and oven glove will delight your youngster and encourage an interest in the kitchen and food preparation.
This set also includes four pastry cutters and a sturdy wooden rolling pin, to help your youngster to get creative in the play kitchen or even the real kitchen!
Encourages creative and imaginative role play.
Conforms to current European safety standards.
Consists of 8 play pieces.
Includes an apron, hat, oven glove, 4 pastry cutters & a wooden rolling pin.
Great for parent/child interactive play sessions.

Postage & Packing

Your order will arrive within 3 - 5 days.

Standard delivery charge to UK mainland is £2.99, with free delivery if you spend over £50. Please note that this may vary depending on product range and postcode. The exact charge will be visible once an address is entered at checkout.

Please note we do not currently ship Internationally.

Supporting Young Carers

Life is difficult for the UK's young carers...

According to research by the University of Nottingham and the BBC in 2010, it’s estimated that there are over 700,000 young carers in the UK, and 1 in 12 schoolchildren have some kind of caring responsibility for one or more member of their family. 

This ‘hidden army’ of young carers, some as young as 5 years old, help their parents, siblings and other family members cope with physical illness and disabilities, or addiction and mental health issues, often leaving them with little or no free time for themselves. 

That’s a lot to take on as a child, and young carers are often isolated from friends, miss school, and feel that they are trapped in a hopeless situation. Aniyah was referred to Barnardo’s by a health worker following a home visit, after discovering that he had been providing over 20 hours per week of care for her mother and younger brother since the age of 10. 

One of Barnardo’s local children’s service centres was able to give her a break from caring by helping her to get more support from local health services. She started visiting a drop in centre, where she met other children who had similar responsibilities, and was able to take part in day trips and outings organised by the centre. For the first time in over 3 years Aniyah could enjoy being a child again.

“Barnardo’s helped me to believe in myself. I started to understand that I can have a life, I don’t need to be home 24/7. I’m part of the Young Carers Council now, and I feel part of something. Before, I didn’t feel like I belonged anywhere.” Aniyah, 13, young carer.

All profits made from Barnardo’s online shop help to fund our front line children’s services.

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