At Inclusive Sport we aim to promote and encourage a love for sport and being active. We enrich people’s lives through empowering an understanding of how to lead healthy, happy lifestyles, both physically and mentally.
This year we welcome Inclusive Sport to Summer Kitchen. Tom and his team from Inclusive Sport will be delivering a wide range of sports, games and activities to +14 plus age students. He is also providing a pair from his team for each site for 2 hours every day 2.30-4.30 pm. This is where the collaboration, learning to play again, introducing fun gentle exercise into our lives, for all of us comes in. They are going to introduce us to a range of fun active things we will enjoy doing together.
We are really pleased to announce this year Dame Janet Primary Academy will providing their school premises for the Summer Kitchen 2019. Starting Monday 29th July, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2-8 pm this summer at Dame Janet Primary Academy. Fun games and sports for all, arts and crafts, and a place to sit and chat. From 5-8 pm the restaurant opens, delicious homemade meals.
We are really pleased to announce this year Drapers Mills Primary Academy will again for the second year running be providing their school premises for the Summer Kitchen 2019. Starting Monday 29th July, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2-8 pm this summer at Dame Janet Primary Academy. Fun games and sports for all, arts and crafts, and a place to sit and chat. From 5-8 pm the restaurant opens, delicious homemade meals.
Drapers Mills Primary Academy have continued to support Our Kitchen on the Isle of Thanet through out the year providing their kitchens and dining hall so we can invite local families to meet together regularly to sit and chat and take part in cooking workshops.
Barry Lewis and Karen Constantine Kent County and TDC District councillors. Fighting for equality. Fighting austerity. Fighting for Thanet. Barry Lewis and Karen Constantine have been an enormous and continuous support for Our Kitchen on the Isle of Thanet. Through their support Our Kitchen received the KCC combined members grant of £8,000 this has helped fund this year's Summer Kitchen and covered the costs of our educational program of the year.
This year Barry Lewis will running the Summer Kitchen at the Drapers Mills Primary Academy. Karen Constantine continues to support Our Kitchen and the Summer Kitchen as a volunteer.
We are the UK’s largest charity fighting hunger and food waste. We believe that no good food should go to waste. We redistribute surplus food to charities that turn it into meals. We are doers. We are a community. We change lives. Fresh in date and good to eat surplus from the food industry, which would otherwise go to waste. Last year we managed 20,838 tonnes of food. We reach 1,960 towns and cities through our 21 Regional Centres, which can be found from Aberdeen to Brighton.
Our Kitchen on the Isle of Thanet is heavily dependent of the charity FareShare. Sharon receives weekly van loads of food from FareShare that would otherwise go to waste. FareShare are instrumental in the work that Our Kitchen on the Isle of Thanet does to support the local Thanet community.
Feedback’s Gleaning Network gives volunteers all over the country an opportunity to engage with the food system hands on by helping us rescue fresh, surplus fruit and veg from farms where it would otherwise be wasted, and get it to good causes. In doing so we are bringing an age-old practice to avoid waste, gleaning, into the 21st century.
Feedback’s research has found that farmers waste around 16% of their crop before it even leaves the field or barn – often due to factors beyond their control, such as produce not being the right shape or size for supermarket tastes, or inaccurate forecasting by retailers of how much produce they will buy, leaving farmers with excess crop on their hands.
We are working closely with Carrie Eeles and teams of volunteers from the Kent Gleaning Network. She has teamed up with Sharon ensuring that quality, locally sourced food goes back into the local community of Thanet. Kent Gleaning Network will be supplying cherries, potatoes and leaf vegetables to Summer Kitchen from the local farms in Kent.
Sainsbury’s Westwood has teamed up with the Summer Kitchen scheme as part of its 150th birthday celebrations. Staff at the store will be pitching in to volunteer 600 hours at the Summer Kitchen. Sainsbury’s Westwood staff will be rolling up their sleeves at the kitchen, working in Margate on Mondays and Fridays and Ramsgate on Wednesdays from July 29-August 9 and then Margate on Mondays and Ramsgate on Fridays during August 12-28.
Sainsbury’s is also supporting the scheme with a ‘trolley appeal’ in store to help the kitchen with vital ingredients.
Sharon said: “Sainsbury's are helping us this year as part of their 150 year celebration. They have given us 600 hours of voluntary help. These volunteers are our neighbour's who work for Sainsbury's and we want to say a very big thank you for this very generous support form the company."
Thanet Earth is a large industrial agriculture and plant factory project consortium on the Isle of Thanet in Kent, England. It is the largest greenhouse complex in the UK, covering 90 hectares, or 220 acres of land.
When we started LEON, we did so to create Naturally Fast Food. That means food that tastes good, does you good, is affordable and kind to the planet. That's been our mission from the start.
Leon co-founder Henry Henry Dimbleby has visited and met Sharon, local families and local community groups discussing what needs to be done to address the food poverty in and around Thanet.
“A food system which supports the health and well-being of the UK public.”
The Food Foundation is an independent think tank that tackles the growing challenges facing the UK’s food system in the interests of the UK public. We provide clear analysis of the problems caused by the food system and the role of policy and practice in addressing these. We develop and articulate food policies that support and guide the UK public to make choices that improve their health and well-being and we inform and generate demand for new and better public and private sector policy and practice.
Our mission is to:
'Provide positive change in the lives of all regardless of age, sex, gender, race, ability, vulnerability and especially those who are disadvantaged and isolated'.
The aim of Thanet Community Forest School CIO is to provide a relaxed and supportive environment, where people young and old, with varying degrees of ability. can experience all aspects of forest school and outdoor learning at a pace which is suitable for them.
Thanet Community Forest School is down the road from Darpers Mills Primary Academy. They will be teaming up with the Summer Kitchen providing opportunities for families to pick their own fresh vegetables which will be used as ingredients for the Summer Kitchen.
"As a Social Enterprise and charitable organisation we are able to balance a commercial management style with a public sector ethos of enabling community participation. We are extremely passionate about delivering on our vision of ‘enjoy life, have fun’ and pride ourselves on the range of opportunities that Your Leisure provides across East Kent and the difference we make to local communities."
CACT uses the power of football and sport to engage, empower and provide positive opportunities and activities for young people as highlighted in the mission statement.
From engagement and early intervention schemes, young people are signposted into positive activities and provided with exit routes into recreational and structured activities run by the Trust and partner agencies.
There is emphasis on creating pathways into employment and turning young people into positive role models. These include personal improvement programmes centred on education, health, social inclusion, citizenship and community working across different strands.
We want to see more residents across Thanet enjoying the benefits associated with a more active and healthier lifestyle. We are committed to work with our local, regional and national partners to achieve these goals.
107.8 Academy FM is a community radio station based at the Royal Harbour Academy in Ramsgate, broadcasting to the whole of the Isle of Thanet and beyond.
We provide music, local news and information for our audience but also act as a facility offering students and the local community a unique insight into radio broadcasting.
107.8 Academy FM has supported Summer Kitchen broadcasting interviews with Sharon Goodyer and Barry Lewis.
The Isle of Thanet News is a hyperlocal news and events website dedicated to the isle. It is run by an experienced journalist and editor who is passionate about all things Thanet.
Ramsgate Town Team hope to involve the whole community in our quest including residents, schools, colleges, voluntary groups and business organisations so that we can all take pride in our collective achievements. There is strong evidence to suggest that a town that regenerates itself in a more organic and sustainable manner will learn to stand independently and be more successful in the long term.
Community Ad has been developed to provide for the individual needs of each community, bringing them together to recognise the important role of the local business, which is at the heart and prosperity of every community – and as a whole the underlining of Britain’s economy.
The company takes its’ responsibility to the Local Community & Environment very seriously, supporting local good causes, schools & colleges, recruiting staff, buying goods/ services locally where possible and operating a strict Environmental Policy. Truprint Media’s Mission Statement: To always be highly competitive, creative, forward thinking and yet always willing to listen and help.
Lee Hopkins and his team have supported the Summer Kitchen for the 2nd year running providing us with professional flyers, and banners promoting the Summer Kitchen.
The Red Box Project is a community-based, not-for-profit initiative, which aims to support young people throughout their periods by providing red boxes filled with free period products to local schools.
A simple scheme to provide sanitary products for any young woman who needs them via a red box in school. The box is stocked by donations from local people.
We are delighted the Red Box Project Red Box East Kent - Deal, Dover, Thanet & Sandwich are supporting Summer Kitchen providing sanitary products to the local Thanet community.
Ageless Thanet provide FREE, high quality, local activities for all of Thanet’s 50+ residents. If you or someone you know are 50+, you could benefit from one of our fantastic 10 week activity programmes. From Art classes to Tai Chi, Woodwork to Pottery, we are working hard to offer something for everyone, right in the very heart of the community.
At Orbit, we re-invest our profits to support our vision of building thriving communities. We want every generation to be able to live in a home that they can afford, in a safe and thriving community.
As a leading UK housing group, our development programme delivers around 2,000 new homes every year as we play a key role in driving UK housing growth.
The Little Art Cart is a mobile art workstation providing fun & creative workshops for children of all ages at both indoor & outdoor locations across Kent.
Soroptimists transform the lives and status of women and girls through education, empowerment and enabling opportunities.
Our Vision - Women and girls will achieve their individual and collective potential, realise aspirations and have an equal voice in creating strong, peaceful communities worldwide.
"Basic hygiene goes to the core of self-worth, self-respect, confidence and dignity. With hygiene poverty comes isolation, exclusion and shame and these impact our ability to participate in society and therefore what it means to be human."
LIZZY HALL, FOUNDER
The Hygiene Bank collects new, unused and in-date toiletries, hygiene basics, beauty and personal care essentials. Liberty Jones has very kindly offered to provide toiletries and sanitary products to the Summer Kitchen from The Hygiene Bank.
Liberty Jones works for the Hygiene Bank in Thanet. The Hygiene Bank has permanent drop off points here: Haeckels - 18 Cliff Terrace, Margate CT9 1RU Pamper & Polish - 52 King Street, Ramsgate CT11 8NT.
For more information please contact Liberty at firstname.lastname@example.org