Kitchen Kick Start Volunteer

Are you friendly, organised and good with people? This role is all about supporting and enabling young people to get involved in our Kitchen Kick Start cookery sessions and is a really fun opportunity for you to get experience in this area. Full details about the role and the person specification are available to download here.

To read more about our Kitchen Kick Start project, have a look here.

You can download the application form here.

For more information or to request paper versions of all the relevant information, please contact the Kitchen Kick Start Project Officer, Louise: / 01273 234 781

Where do you want to be in 10 years time? 

The world seems to lurch from one huge, unexpected political upheaval to another on an almost daily basis.  So looking forward to where you want to be even a month from now seems difficult – and 10 years ahead, nigh on impossible.  Yet if you want to think strategically and put in place a plan for change you need to work out where you want to get – a vision for the future, and hopefully a better one.  This is as true for us personally as it is for communities. Continue reading “Where do you want to be in 10 years time? “

Food Matters Inside & Out – at Wandsworth Reform Prison

logofinal colour smallUnder the Food and Reform programme Food Matters has been awarded funding by the Ministry of Justice to pilot the Food Matters Inside & Out project at Wandsworth Reform Prison. The project will be evaluated by the University of Surrey. And partnership organisations within Wandsworth Reform Prison include the St Giles Trust and RAPt.

Providing three balanced meals on £2.02 per person per day is challenging, especially when considering the many idiosyncrasies of the prison regime, together with the diverse range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds of the individuals detained within UK prisons. Continue reading “Food Matters Inside & Out – at Wandsworth Reform Prison”