Cookery Clubs

 

IMG_3978THYME TO COOK

CSF runs free after-school family cookery sessions, Thyme to Cook. Families cook and eat together with volunteers on hand to entertain the smallest children who are too young to cook. The sessions are usually led by notable local chef, Sam Dyer, of Curly Kale Café, and families learn new skills and how to cook healthily on a tight budget. The workshops are free, and food is provided. Please see below for more information on our sessions and volunteering opportunities.

 

For families living in Arbury and Kings Hedges
When?
4-6pm after school on Tuesdays. This is an ongoing cookery club, started in January 2016 and continuing until the end of 2017.
Where? Arbury Community Centre, Campkin Road, Cambridge, CB4 2LD
You can find out more information about our Arbury workshops here.
This club is funded by HealthCommit through the Health Lottery – 51 Community Interest Companies raising money to address health inequalities across England, Scotland and Wales through The Health Lottery

If you and your family would like to participate, email: sam@cambridgesustainablefood.org or phone: 07732 113680

Thyme to Cook photo 1

 

Other free cookery workshops: We also run a number of free cookery workshops in various parts of the city, funded by Cambridge City Council. Where these are open to the public, we advertise in the local area, but sometimes these are closed groups, with participants recruited by the Council workers. These have been with families, young people and older people in assisted living.

 

 

Volunteers

We are looking for volunteers to help at sessions. For more information please see our Get Involved page, and contact info@cambridgesustainablefood.org if interested. We’d love to hear from you!

 

HealthCommit and People's Health Trust compressedcccLogoColourFoodCycle Logologo