Lunch cooked by Jamie Oliver is a mouth-watering prospect

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PUPILS at a Lancashire primary are in for a pukka lunch next week - cooked by TV chef Jamie Oliver. He's visiting Lordsgate Township Church of England school in Burscough, after pupil Natalie Mayer, 10, won a Blue Peter competition to design a lunch menu. Her menu, which Jamie Oliver will cook, includes chicken with rosemary and garlic and a chocolate cake with fudge, marshmallow and strawberries. Two hundred pupils and staff will partake of the lunch on Monday - three times the usual number. Head Sue Merry said:

"We're bursting with excitement."

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