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Building back better – together!

Building back better – together!

Today marks World Food Day, a day that celebrates the joy of food around the globe and raises awareness of food poverty and hunger. This year the theme is “Grow, Nourish, Sustain. Together.” In the light of the Covid crisis, it reminds us that to build back better we...

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We’re live on Instagram!

We’re live on Instagram!

Eat Club in partnership with Dragon Hall’s Soapbox Youth Centre are launching an exciting summer project. All sessions will be delivered via Instagram Live, funded by the London Youth CVC Summer Innovation Grants. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday over the next...

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A portly PM at the helm: What is Boris’s obesity strategy?

A portly PM at the helm: What is Boris’s obesity strategy?

In those pre-pandemic days at the start of January The Grocer reported that, with an overweight Prime Minster in charge, Public Health England had pulled their 11-year-old Change-For-Life campaign. Boris Johnson had stood on a platform to halt the “continuing creep of...

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Eat Club going virtual

Eat Club going virtual

In light of recent lockdown and the closure of all our partner youth centres, we have decided to take our courses and sessions online. At least until we are able to lead them in person again when social distancing enables us to be in a kitchen with young people. The...

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Lockdown ends our sessions in the Peabody Hugh Cubitt Centre

Lockdown ends our sessions in the Peabody Hugh Cubitt Centre

The March 2020 lockdown, saw the end to our sessions in the Peabody Hugh Cubitt Centre, in Islington. After running weekly sessions in the centre in partnership with the Math and English Turkish tutoring group, our funding came to an end. Towards the end of the...

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Youth in Action funding in Camden

Youth in Action funding in Camden

We were very pleased to receive funding from the Young Camden Foundation to deliver a social action project with young people in Camden. The project took place in partnership with three youth centres in the borough: KCBNA, Somers Town Youth Centre (STYC) and the Surma...

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