In 2016 we have successfully delivered 4 COOKBank training courses to Housing Associations, Community Groups and the NHS. Setting up a Community Cooking Club – Cooking for better living
Cracking Good Food continue to deliver and tackle the barriers communities face when accessing, cooking and budgeting for affordable nutritious food.
- Defining ‘Good’ Food
- How to overcome the many barriers to cooking healthy food from scratch
- Resourceful financial solutions to food poverty & food waste
- Logistics of setting up & running a Cracking ‘Good’ Community cooking club
- A hearty meal! You will deliver a cooking workshop to each other incorporating these messages at the end of the 2 day training
- A full 40 page colour Toolkit as a guide for future support at the end of the training.
- Certificate of Achievement
Who is this aimed at?
- Driven community members who want to invest in the health and well-being of their peers
- Participants from previous cooking programmes
- For anyone who is interested in developing a good food culture in their community and who needs structure & support for getting more people engaged to cook affordable healthy food communally, socially & safely.
- Addresses food poverty and social isolation through communal healthy cooking
- Develops and promotes a sharing of cooking skills
- Promotes an understanding of healthy eating
- Provides inspiration and skills about being resourceful with food
- Is about cooking in bulk for the wider community
- Restores the love of good food back into the heart of the community
- Means your community will always be fed a nutritious meal
We know what we’re doing…
- We’ve cooked in the community for over 7 years
- With over 130 organisations
- With over 12,000 people
- We run 4 Cookery Schools
- Ran programmes for the Probation Service, Schools, Councils, Housing Associations, Foodbanks & major retailers
- Campaign against food waste, collaborate closely with Fareshare North West
- Lead trainers for Love Food Hate Waste campaigns across Greater Manchester since 2011.
- Your 2 day training course will be run by experienced community cooks.
- The course is delivered over 2 days:
- Registration & Refreshments at 9.30am
- At Bridge 5 Mill, 22a Beswick Street, Ancoats, Manchester, M4 7HR. Near tram stop. 5 minutes from Piccadilly station. Travel information here.
How much does it cost?
- £250 per person inclusive of lunch on both days, refreshments, all written materials, equipment (aprons provided) & ingredients to cook.
- 10% off each subsequent booking if more than 1 member is attending from your organisation.
For further details email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to cooking with you!
To read more about all the work we have done since our launch in 2010 (with images and blogs), take a look at the recently updated Community Cooking Summary Jan 2010- Jan 2105.
We are delighted that our event is supported by Bridge 5 Mill