Family wellbeing is at the heart of our organisation. The activities and projects our families create our centered around challenging isolation and promoting a holistic approach to wellbeing. Basically it means we believe you cant really improve your body without really improving your mind or environment.
Every Tuesday afternoon we have a range of wellbeing and mindfulness activities for under fives and thier families.
"The warm welcoming atmosphere, the lovely staff who run the club and the rich activities available for the children." - Family survey 2018, Why are we unique?
Whether you call it French toast or eggy bread, in our house it has become a Sunday morning breakfast feast. Something my husband loves to do with our boys on a Sunday morning, while I go out running. However this weekend I decided that I would treat everyone to a round of eggy bread - my way.Read more
Hand up who likes a good old Sunday Roast? Now hands up, who always has a lot of leftovers? If you answered yes to both of those questions, you are among the majority of the households who serve up a roast dinner on a Sunday and who always have enough leftovers to do at least 2 other meals.Read more
You know you have those days when you get home and just don't want to stand in front of the cooker for the whole night. Well I had one of those nights last night.Read more
Help us cut food waste
Working with Fareshare the Big Red Bus Club will be helping to redistribute surplus food. Deliveries are Tuesday and Thursday, families can help ensure they help cut down food waste by come along and just taking whatever surplus items provided by our local Tesco Stores.
We know cooking can be tough, especially when your exhausted, on this blog you can share your hints, tips and recipes so you can help other families in the same situation. Just email Tara on email@example.com or on Facebook with your words and images and we will post it up! Here's our last blog to give some ideas, find out more>>
Now if you ask me my dad makes the best bread and butter pudding (and if you ask him about it, he is guaranteed to shrug his shoulders and say “it’s a Delia recipe, it’s nothing”).Read more
If we are being honest I may of picked up a few extra pounds over Christmas. This week I have been to Large and Legging it and have recommitted to healthy eating, healthy living and remembering to wash my plastic containers before putting them in the recycling bin.
Marks and Spencer’s Neighbourly delivery from Skills and Care this week included a lot of root vegetables that are stodgy enough to fill you up. But as I know from the 17th quality street I consumed last week, every little bite counts. So this leek and potato soup cuts out the sautéing of the leeks and replaces cream/ crème fraiche with zero fat Greek Yogurt.Read more
1 Medium Onion
2 Sticks of Celery
1 Medium Leek
2 Clove of Garlic
2 Tablespoon Olive Oil
3 Medium Potatoes
1.4 Litres of Vegtable Stock
200g Fresh Cabbage
100g Peas/Broad Beans
1) Place a large pot on medium heat add olive oil
2) When it hot add onion, celery, leek and garlic and cook for 15 minutes or until tender~
3) Add potatoes, corgettes and a pinch of salt and pepper
4) Add vegetable stock and turn the heat up to boil and reduce the heat cook for 20 minutes
5) Add peas and beans and cabbage for 4 minutes or until tender
6) Blend until smooth and add seasoning to taste
7) Serve with a surplus roll from the Neighbourly Project.