South Kilburn Heritage Walk

Put yourself in their shoes: join us for an hour long heritage walk led by a long term residents  of South Kilburn.
We will be  hosting five walks over late summer and autumn 2019 with different residents from South Kilburn  from different backgrounds, ages and heritages. This area is subject to a masterplan and suffering huge and rapid change..  The walks will be filmed by young people and made into a short films stored on a Heritage South Kilburn website to remember for generations the people who lived and live here.They will also be shown at an event in the winter. Keep checking back for dates!
The next one is
SUNDAY 20 OCTOBER

 The walk leader will share her memories stories and dreams of the area.

Join us 11 am outside:   The Granville 140 Carlton Vale. NW6 5 HE.

For more information about future walks please check back here.

What a fabulous night!

Last Friday 20 September we launched a new film made about us and South Kilburn Community. It is absolutely  wonderful! The eloquence of our community and the insight into what is happening in the area is amazing! And so are  our young film makers who made it happen!

The evening was topped off by poems from two Kilburn spoken word artists, Zia Ahmed and Sean Mahoney (see photo below),  who wrote verses especially about South Kiloburn. Their word beauty is incredible. We have asked them for copies and will put them up here to show you when we have them.

Thank you to our community who is so strong, creative and insightful!

 

Empathy Walk – Heritage walk from a personal perspective

Put yourself in their shoes: join us for an hour long heritage walk led by a long term residents  of South Kilburn.
We will be  hosting five walks over August and September with different residents from South Kilburn  from different backgrounds, ages and heritages. This area is subject to a masterplan and suffering huge and rapid change..  The walks will be filmed by young people and made into a short films stored on a Heritage South Kilburn website to remember for generations the people who lived and live here.
The first one is
4 AUGUST

 The walk leader will share her memories stories and dreams of the area.

Join us 11 am outside:   The Granville 140 Carlton Vale. NW6 5 HE.

TO BOOK GO TO

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/empathy-walk-heritage-walk-from-a-personal-perspective-tickets-67167500803

For more information about future walks please check back here.

Granville Food Growing Spaces and London National Park City Week!

One, two, tree!

Come along to The Granville!

As part of the Mayor’s  National Park City Week

Granville Community Kitchen Urban Food Growing is running to walk and talk events

Wednesday 25 July 2018 2pm – 3:30pm

and

Stardust 28 July 2018 2pm – 3.30 pm

Meet at the Granville 140 Carlton Vale, NW6 5HE

Granville Community Kitchen invites you on a tour of three inner city growing spaces where you will be able to get involved in growing activities. Granville Community Kitchen is a community-led initiative for the South Kilburn community to access healthy, affordable and sustainable food and grow community!

What is London National Park City Week?

The first ever London National Park City Week runs from 21-29 July. There’ll be over 270 of fantastic events and activities all week long as we celebrate London’s unique green spaces, trees, waterways and natural environment.

We’ve been working with National Park City Foundation and partners across London to put together a programme of events that will give Londoners the chance to explore the city with walks, talks, explorations, family activities and more.

National Park City Week is part of the Mayor’s plan to help make London a National Park City in 2019, and to do that we need your help.

View the full listings on our London National Park City Week event page.

We are one of the first 50 urban food heroes!

 IMPORTANT: Friday night meal (free and Halal)
is closed Friday 30 March. It will be in new home from 6 April.
Check back here to more news .

Granville Community Kitchen has been chosen as one of the first 50  Urban Food Heroes in London  by The Jellied Eel Magazine.

They say :

We were overwhelmed with the entries and privileged to pick such an amazing selection, which we are promoting through our new look Jellied Eel mag and online.  Following the launch during Urban Food Fortnight 2017, we are delighted to be able to finally share with you our first 50 Urban Food Heroes. These are people and enterprises that grow, cook, make and save food and, ultimately, are making London a better place through their amazing ventures.

And we are one of them! Hurray for us!

Have a look here

TRAINERS AND SPACE MAKERS

Made In Hackney by Christian Sinibaldi
MADE IN HACKNEY BY CHRISTIAN SINIBALDI

Central Street Cookery School: This community cookery school in an inner London community centre also runs a community food growing space, helps to avoid food waste by using surplus food and hosts a community fridge.

GCDA: Runs a variety of projects that help new food entrepreneurs meet local needs. These include managing free community cookery clubs; fairly priced fruit and veg  stalls at children’s centres and a new food business called PLENTY, which sells ready meals at Brockley Farmers’ Market.

Granville Community Kitchen: Dee Woods, the co-founder and coordinator of Granville Community Kitchen, has worked in community food education, health promotion, organic food growing, food history and research for over 25 years. In 2016, Dee was named Cook of the Year by the BBC Food and Farming Awards.

Made in Hackney: Promotes health and environmental benefits of eating a local, organic, seasonal, plant-based diet. Teaches skills to grow, cook, preserve and compost; as well as providing training and an affordable kitchen space for ethical food entrepreneurs.

Maida Hill Place: Kitchen incubator that supports food enterprise start-ups and people wishing to re-enter employment, and has created a vibrant hub in a once drug-blighted space.

Shoreditch Trust: Home to Waterhouse Restaurant, which provides chef training in a live kitchen setting, mentoring and offering work experience to young people facing challenges.

Wolves Lane Community Food Hub: A hub of sustainable food enterprises and educators set on a 3.5 acre site. Grows organic produce, runs a local veg box scheme, teaches food growing skills, incubates start-ups and provides space for events.