Bespoke or set grocery boxes of local, seasonal veg & fruit & available fortnightly. Order Tuesday 21st November to collect from Saturday 25th.
Living Well on a BudgetPosted on 21st July 2017 by Lauren Parry
The Living Well on a Budget project has two strands:
- Home energy advice visits (visit Cosy Kingdom for more information)
- Living Well on a Budget food courses
The project helps households across Fife to:
- Stay warm more affordably by managing energy use and bills better
- Make the most of food expenditure by planning and cooking healthy meals and wasting less food
- Take more control of household budgets
Living Well on a Budget food courses are delivered over 6 sessions (in partnership with Fife Community Food Project. Participants learn how to cook healthy and affordable meals and, how to manage a household budget (with Citizens Advice and Rights Fife). Additionally, each course includes an energy advice session with our Cosy Kingdom Project. This course is unique in that participants can access varied support and advice in one programme.
Who is the course for? We run courses that are open to the public and we also run specific courses for some groups and organisations. The course is suitable for beginners and anyone wanting to develop cooking and budgeting skills. The course is aimed at low-income households and individuals who would benefit from support with food and household budgeting.
You can see a course in action in this short film.
Our next 6 week Living Well on a Budget food course will start on Thursday 26 October, 10.00am – 12.00pm at Linton Lane Community Centre. If you would more information and to book a place, please contact Rosanna Zywietz on 01592 858458 or email email@example.com.
Learn how to grow, harvest, store and use herbs at our workshop. Saturday 25 November, 10.30am – 12.30pm, Kirkcaldy Methodist Church. Booking required.
Cook and learn to make your food go further. 2-week programme starting Monday 27 November, 11am – 1pm, Kirkcaldy Methodist Church. Booking required.