MakeLunch Regional Rep, Vikki, was in Wigan today helping out with a new Lunch Kitchen, except this one doesn't open at lunchtime...Read the whole story
Rach spoke recently at the Mosaic Conference in London, who wanted to hear about MakeLunch as an example of social justice at work.Read the whole story
Happy International School Meals Day!
For ISMD this year, we've done two things to celebrate. We launched our brand new website (that's what you're looking at now!) and we asked some of our team of Lunch Makers, volunteers, staff and trustees to share their school dinner memories.Read the whole story
One of our Kitchens in Surrey reminded us that food can be fun too! The children who came along enjoyed freshly baked pizza and some smiley faced fruit plates that they created themselves.Read the whole story
If you watched the Great British Budget Menu this week and were inspired to make a change, here's a sample letter you can send to your MPRead the whole story
Home economics should be on the National Curriculum to give young people a better understanding of what they eat, the judges of The Great British Bake Off have said.
A report in the Telegraph tells how the pair have joined the call for compulsory lessons in home economics in relation to increasing childhood obesity but they also raise some good points about the nations relationship to food in general, stressing the huge difference education can make.Read the whole story
If you're thinking of starting a Lunch Kitchen in your area, the Cinnamon Network have some funding available to help you get started.Read the whole story