Have you seen our new online cookery sessions? We’ve teamed up with Anna-Lou from the Kinship Hub to bring you some FREE online cookery sessions. We had so much fun cooking a ginger and garlic broccoli stir fry virtually with some families at our first session and we’d love to see you at our next session.
Just like our face to face sessions, our virtual sessions are a friendly space for you to pop in on a weekday morning, enjoy some play, chat and get some lunch made for your little ones. Book on for free (donations welcome) and you’ll be sent a recipe and information in advance so that you can prepare and be ready to get started. Simply log on to via Zoom on the day and meet other families, perfect if you can’t get out of the house.
Join us for our next session on Wednesday 22nd June 11am to 12pm. We’ll be cooking a yummy one-tray super crispy potatoes with bbq chickpeas and peas guacamole (bonus recipe- vegan mayonnaise!)
Booking via this link
Thanks to support from the Lottery Fund for both Kids Kitchen and Kinship Hub, these sessions will be offered to families free of charge, but we will need your donations and support to continue so please consider donating if you can: https://www.kidskitchen.org.uk/shop/
About Kinship Hub
Are you raising a relative’s or a friend’s child because they cannot live with their parents? If so, you are a kinship carer! There are approximately 200,000 kinship carers in the UK, although the actual number is likely to be much higher. Kinship carers do an amazing job raising children in difficult circumstances, often with very little support. We want to bridge the gap by providing a fun activity to do with your child, helping you bond and build trust, all while cooking some delicious and healthy food! Join us for some fun online sessions in May, June and July, and please check the Kinship Hub website for more information on support available to kinship families- https://www.kinshipcarershub.org/