Great Community Cafe Info here

It has been over two years since writing a blog post here on this site.  And alot has happened in that time.  Especially an explosion of cafes supported by the Super Kitchen project.  I haven’t got a full list of these kitchens but will post when I do – in the meantime there is this resource put together by NCVS http://www.nottinghamcvs.co.uk/files/Citywide%20Community%20Cafe%20Details_1.pdf

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Temporary, Part-time (6 months) Kitchen Assistant

Temporary, Part-time (6 months) Kitchen Assistant

Stonebridge City Farm, St Anns, Nottingham

 

Stonebridge City Farm is looking for a temporary – part time Kitchen Assistant.  The assistant will work in an existing team of Chef, volunteers and trainees in our small café.

Application by e mail to Stephen@stonebridgecityfarm.com

Stonebridge City Farm, Stonebridge Road, St Anns, Nottingham NG3 2FR

Fundraising event at People’s kitchen

Dear All,

Come to the Sumac Centre this Saturday for an exciting Peoples Kitchen!

We’re raising funds for the Free English Language Classes for Women that
have been happening every Monday at Sumac for 2 years!

The classes have stopped now for the summer and will start again in
October: we’re looking for volunteers, so please tell everybody about this
project!

On the menu:
Chickpea and potato curry
Spinach curry
Roti
Surprise dessert (sorbet? cake? …?)

Spread the word & Bring your friends!

Saturday 28th June, 7.30pm

…and don’t forget to share it!
http://tiny.cc/oex0hx

Hope to see you there 🙂

The Sumac Centre
www.sumac.org.uk
0845 458 9595

245 Gladstone Street, Forest Fields, Nottingham, NG7 6HX
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The Sumac Centre is an independent community and activist resource centre.
It is made up of a community cafe, social club, library, exhibition space,
veggie catering campaign, filmnights, talks, meeting spaces and the
residents. The centre is used by various campaign groups and collectives
working towards social change and justice for all. Come and visit us!

_________________________________________________________________

Full details of Events at Sumac:
http://www.veggies.org.uk/diary.htm

Veggies/Sumac News: http://twitter.com/veggiesnottm

Fundraising event at People’s kitchen

Dear All,

Come to the Sumac Centre this Saturday for an exciting Peoples Kitchen!

We’re raising funds for the Free English Language Classes for Women that
have been happening every Monday at Sumac for 2 years!

The classes have stopped now for the summer and will start again in
October: we’re looking for volunteers, so please tell everybody about this
project!

On the menu:
Chickpea and potato curry
Spinach curry
Roti
Surprise dessert (sorbet? cake? …?)

Spread the word & Bring your friends!

Saturday 28th June, 7.30pm

…and don’t forget to share it!
http://tiny.cc/oex0hx

Hope to see you there 🙂

The Sumac Centre
www.sumac.org.uk
0845 458 9595

245 Gladstone Street, Forest Fields, Nottingham, NG7 6HX
————————

The Sumac Centre is an independent community and activist resource centre.
It is made up of a community cafe, social club, library, exhibition space,
veggie catering campaign, filmnights, talks, meeting spaces and the
residents. The centre is used by various campaign groups and collectives
working towards social change and justice for all. Come and visit us!

_________________________________________________________________

Full details of Events at Sumac:
http://www.veggies.org.uk/diary.htm

Veggies/Sumac News: http://twitter.com/veggiesnottm

Social Eating Promotional Video- from Family Cafe to Super Kitchen

Hi,

 
sorry this has taken an age for me to distribute. Please watch and share. It’s the promotional video for Family Cafe which was our surplus, social eating pilot. I am emailing you because I need your help and support to start to roll this fantastic new project out: it’s called Super Kitchen!
 
We are now developing this model into Super Kitchen and have already opened our first Super Kitchen at Mansfield Rd Baptist Church who are using our model very successfully. They are attracting over 80 customers each week to sit and share a fantastic, healthy, freshly cooked meal using FareShare surplus. Each cafe upcycles about 6 tonnes of surplus food each year and can transform it into over 5,000 meals. 
 
Please get behind our amazing Super Kitchen project, as we aim to have ten kitchens using our model running by the end of the year. This will have huge impacts upon the health and well being of our City and help look after precious food resources. So far we have raised 7 FareShare memberships which give free food to each project for 1 year whilst they trial our Super Kitchen model. But we need more support and to link in with budgets that are allocated for food waste reduction, healthy eating, well being and social support. 
 
 
Please let me know what you think! Many thanks, Marsha Smith
 
07746216459
@superkitchlady

Independent Coffee Shops

In the face of the never-ending march of the big corporate coffee shops, I’ve just set up a Facebook page to highlight and support independent coffee shops and cafes in Nottingham.
 
 
I thought you might like to share this with the Community Cafe list (and anyone else you fancy).
 
Cheers.
 
Jeff
 
Rumbletums Cafe: Kimberley’s hidden gem. You’ll find all our contact details at http://rumbletumscafe.tel

Spokes travelling cafe!!

Have a look at the facebook page for the newest community cafe in town…

https://www.facebook.com/events/807139925980897/permalink/811126632248893/

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