Cooking4Life continues to work within the community on a number of projects. Over the years we have worked with a range of different organisations from Family Learning within Local Authorities, to School Liason Officers, Housing Associations, Employment agencies, Independent businesses, Charities, The Brownies, Scouts, and Sure Start Children’s Centres.

Our Sessions have included supporting:

  • Homeless people in their first accommodation; providing basic life skills.
  • Work in community centres giving parents and carers confidence in cooking
  • Community cohesion projects in secondary schools through Lets Get Cooking
  • Bill Quay community farm offering basic nutrition advice and free smoothies for all
  • Providing basic cooking skills to young adults in safe houses
  • Children’s Centres who appreciate the hands on, fun experiences we bring to their clients
  • We even provide our Smoothie Bike for the Scouts fundraising summer Fayres

Community based activities that Cooking4Life can link with is endless, so why not contact us today and discuss your ideas...

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What you're saying....

  • I learned how to cook. I went home and cooked some of the recipes we learned with my children and they loved the new experience.

    Lisa Coogan 01 February 2012, 21:53:00

    I said I wouldn’t try your food coz it had vegetables in but I loved it! Plz cum bak.

    Chelsie (Aged 11) 11 January 2012, 03:59:00

    I learned loads on this course that I didn’t realise. Nick had a lovely manner with both children and adults alike.

    Siobhan Andressen 21 December 2011, 00:15:00
  • I learnt from Nick that healthy eating is fun.

    Wendy (Age 7) 12 December 2011, 14:40:00

    I really enjoyed cooking with you today because I never really get to cook at home and it was a new experience for me.

    Annabel (Aged 7) 18 November 2011, 23:40:00

    I didn’t like mushrooms but Nick asked me to try them and I now love them!

    Michael (Aged 9) 16 November 2011, 01:41:00
  • Letting my son help prepare the ingredients has encouraged him to eat things that he used to say he didn’t like. He has become more open to trying new things.

    Susan Palmer 02 November 2011, 21:46:00

    My Best School Day EVER!

    Katherine (Aged 7) 12 October 2011, 23:03:00

    The excellent course was presented in a way that allowed the children to have a hands on approach to cooking.

    Michelle Cooper 09 August 2011, 22:08:00