Hub network updates

Check here for any updates related to our Kitchen Social programme.

Emergency funding opportunities available

At a time when many communities might be struggling due to the cost of living increase, we’ve gather a list of emergency funding opportunities that could help.

Click below to download the list.

Extra-curricular activities from Children’s University

The Children’s University have launched a new online portal to enable every child in the UK to take part in their national extra-curricular activities programme. It’s a great way for children and parents to find out about free and low-cost activities in their local area, and each time a child takes part in an activity, they get a virtual ‘stamp’ in their Children’s University Passport which eventually leads to certificates being awarded which can be downloaded and printed off.

This online opportunity is aimed at primary school children and costs £3.50 per month to join.

Download NEW nutrition and activity resources for the holidays! 

Our friends at Chartwells Compass and Venner Nutrition have shared these amazing resources to help you design and plan an enriching holiday experience for your communities.

Click below to download them.

Les Mills BORN TO MOVE™ Virtual Coach  – available for all

Designed to support children and young people to lead their peers, creating a fun and activity BORN TO MOVE™ class using the BORN TO MOVE™ Active Platform. This is a webinar based learning experience suitable for Primary & Secondary ages,  to encourage other youngsters to fall in love with movement. Children and young people, use this foundation learning to set up and run the class with lots of opportunity to add games and additional activity to truly make it their own!

As a BORN TO MOVE™ Virtual coach, you are facilitating a safe, rewarding & effective fitness class for children & teenagers. The virtual tracks are choregraphed to music specifically for the age group and the movements are designed to be simple enough to be successful fast. Your role is to welcome the children, manage a safe environment and any situations that arise, play games and praise the efforts of every child. Be firm, kind and organised so you and the children enjoy yourselves.


You will see 2 downloadable documents which will support learning and implementation.

This training is available for all of your team, regardless of fitness experience – they just need to have a passion to work with your kids and young people!

Funding opportunity

Urban Health is convening a steering group made up of individuals from Lambeth and Southwark who are leaders in business and/or community groups and who have expertise in enterprise and food systems. They are actively seeking to share power through this project by devolving decision-making to the steering group who have developed the project scope and processes. They will recruit and support organisations that are embedded in and representative of the local communities to lead the development of these two initiatives.

They are looking for proposals from local community organisations to receive funding through our Community Food Incubator and Food Insights Playbook work streams.

The request for proposals is live on their website below.

Kitchen Social Questionnaires

These short surveys are designed to help us understand more about your opinions and experiences of Kitchen Social programme. The information will be used to improve future delivery and provide you with any support and activities you need.