News and Events

Book Launch, Eat Well to Age Well

Please join us at Macknade in Ashford to celebrate the launch of Eat Well to Age Well and take the opportunity to shop & dine at Macknade.

Includes a drink on arrival and light nibbles.

Macknade, No.1 Elwick Place, Elwick Road. Ashford. TN23 1AE Friday January 21st 2022. 6pm to 8pm
Pilgrims Hospices
Raffle in aid of Pilgrims Hospice
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Book Review -

This week I have been fortunate enough to have my upcoming book reviewed on: During January they are focusing on eco-friendly, sustainable lifestyle and healthy living products, as such felt they would like to run a feature on Eat Well to Age Well.

Please read the full article here


Beverley Cooks live interview on the BBC Radio Pat Marsh Breakfast show

BBC Radio Kent have invited Beverley on to their Prime time breakfast show hosted by Pat Marsh to discuss her most recent publication Eat Well to Age Well. Beverley will also feature in the "Hero of the week, people making a difference" section of the show. 

Please click HERE to listen live online or tune in to 96.7FM on your radio. The interview is going out live at 8.50 am on Saturday 15th January.  

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Beverley Cooks Television Apperance 

I was lucky enough for KMTV, (a broadcaster here in the UK) 

to create and air this look at my new book, Eat Well to Age Well. 

Eat Well to Age Well - Pre orders now available

please click on following links to pre order your copy:


Dec 1st 2021

Following years of hard but rewarding work, review copies of my new full colour book Eat Well to Age Well have finally arrived on my door step. Hammersmith Health Books have done a grand job and the book will be published on January 20th 2022.
Several of the recipes are on my website now, to give you a taster - Click here to see recipes 

September cream tea was a success!

Fortunately the cream tea in our garden did go ahead in late September 2021 and I believe a good time was had by all. A wonderful company from Cornwall called Rodda’s and son came up trumps, donating clotted cream and strawberry jam for 120 people. Other  local companies donated raffle prizes and I organised a pink wheel barrow of booze as first prize, which appeared popular. All in all we raised £2,800 for our wonderful Pilgrims Hospice