Community Projects

If you want to set up a cookery project, we are looking for organisations seeking to tackle child poverty and supporting low income families. Also any groups from different ethnic backgrounds and nationalities seeking to share their knowledge and culture to a wider audience are most welcome.

If you want to see our community engagement work please go to our Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/central.st.  For photographic evidence of our work, please click here

Current Projects

Growbags to Gourmets – Works with isolated older people in the area around St Luke’s Community Centre and it teaches them how to grow their own food and how to cook with it. Read more…

Family Cookery Workshop – Working in partnership with Hogan Lovells, we provide budget cookery sessions and advice to local families on low income.

Summer Cookery School – Affordable cookery lessons for children.  Available to providers of Islington’s Summer Holiday Schemes.

 

 

Other partners

We have supported and worked in partnership with:

Islington Council tenants and resident associations

Spectrum

Great Ormond Street Hospital – Leon Foundation

National Deaf People Society

Camden Society

St. Luke’s Primary School

Moreland & Kings Square Centre

Circle 33

Community Kitchens

FareShare

City University

School of Oriental and African Studies

Hestia

Cooking with Mama

Mosaic Art & Sound