Intergenerational cooking and eating activities themed meeting
To discuss intergenerational cooking and eating activities with local organisations.
A meeting with local social organizations was organised on 14 May in Bradford, aiming to promote and enhance intergenerational cooking and eating activities.
A talk was given by Michaela Baker about her experience on running an intergenerational “cook and eat” programme, along with some tips and testimonies from Rebecca Scholes and Stacey Tolley.
Afterwards, participants broke off into groups to discuss what needs to be considered when organising, planning and delivering this type of activities and how to solve any potential problems that may occur.
We Love Eating resources and a Market Square were available for organisations to play the Healthy Plate Card Game, do some natural fruit water tasting, looking at and taking WLE recipes, and participating in the ‘How Much Sugar In Your Favourite Drinks’ activity.
|Healthy Living Project||HALE|
|Charity||BD4 Family Project|
|Charity||Bradford Community Environment Project (BCEP)|
|Community Centre||Hindu Cultural Society|
|Non-profit Organisation||Horton housing Association|
|Community Centre||Idle Baptist Church and Community Centre|
|Children's Centre||Allerton Children's Centre|
|Public Sector||Public Health|
|Children's Centre||Woodroyd Children's Centre|
|Local Council||Bradford Council|
|Education Centre||Ministry of Food|