Knowle West Health Association’s Community Kitchen Team offer a range of healthy, delicious and hands on cooking activities at KWHA’s bespoke teaching kitchen based on Filwood Broadway.
COOKING FOR INDIVIDUALS – learn new skills, make delicious food and meet new people
Term dates: New term starts Monday 4th September 2017.
*Keep an eye out on our website and Facebook page for details of holiday cooking classes for children and families.
Next Term Open Classes: These include Tuesday’s Over 50’s and Thursday’s Good Mood Food. Please see our course details page or call our booking number below for more information.
Class costs: Costs vary per session and include a meal and left overs to take home. Please see relevant class details. Please let us know if you believe this fee would be a barrier.
Booking: Please phone 0117 9639569 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a space.
Content: All of our sessions focus on healthy, affordable and delicious food. The sessions are hands on and are taught in small groups. We have a wonderful allotment that supplies our vegetables and eggs and we aim to visit with each group at least once per term.
Knowle West Health Association has funding available to offer cookery sessions/courses to local groups. If you are from a charity, service or other local organisation and are interested in healthy eating/cookery courses please get in touch.FOR GROUPS
We have a dynamic and experienced team enabling us to work with a variety of individuals. This includes working on a one to one basis, with small groups of up to 6 at our community kitchen or up to 12 offsite, with schools (primary and secondary) and with community organisations. Our sessions are designed to meet individual/group requirements and we welcome people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.
To find out more contact the Community Cookery Tutor Sarah Scott on:
Tel- 0117 9639569