Fancy brushing up your cooking skills this autumn or trying out some different recipes?
It’s worth checking out Brighton & Hove Food Partnership’s Community Kitchen in Queen’s Road, by the junction of North Road, which opened earlier this year after a crowdfunding campaign.
The kitchen is a cookery school where people can cook, have fun learning new skills and enjoy food together.
It offers a range of low cost cookery classes and community courses to appeal to different interests. For example, the kitchen has linked up with Jamie Oliver’s ‘Ministry of Food’ and is currently running a Wednesday morning cookery course for adults of all ages, full of tips for healthy, tasty food.
Other courses coming up include a dementia-friendly cookery group, starting on 25 October.
In addition to low cost community courses, the kitchen also runs some classes with local chefs which cost more. A bursary scheme is available to offer places to those who can’t afford to pay the full or concession rates.
To find out more about the community kitchen, please visit the Brighton & Hove Food Partnership’s Community Kitchen website or contact them by:
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- call: 01273 431700
Interested? Here’s what people have said about past courses:
- “Takes the pain out of cooking!”
- “It’s been friendly and healthy and the recipes are easy to try at home”
- “Nice way to meet people”