Cook and Speak

Food Cycle, a partner of TimeBuilders, invites you to come along to St. Cuthbert’s Church (Opposite Northern General Hospital), Barnsley Road, every Wednesday, 10am til 2pm.

  • Do you live in the Page Hall/Firth Park/Firvale area?

  • Would you like to take part in a community project?

  • Earn Time Credits whilst you learn?

21st January 2015

Meal for £1

Public and organisations from the local community are invited to enjoy a 3 course meal for a £1.

This is a chance for you to find out about what Food Cycle do and to invite others to join TimeBuilders.

28th January 2015

Café and Beyond Beauty Days

This week the cooking group will be preparing delicious food

There will also be a Beyond Beauty Day, where guests can enjoy Beauty Treatments in exchange for Time Credits

4th February 2015

Bake Off and Skill Swapper

This week there will be a Bake Off, where the cooking group will have been baking all sorts of lovely treats which are on sale.

There will also be a Skill Swapper where you can come along and learn something new or even teach something in return for Time Credits.

Meal for £1
10:00am to 2:00pm Wednesday 21 January 2015
Cafe and Beyond Beauty Days
10:00am to 2:00pm Wednesday 28 January 2015
Bake off and Skill Swapper
10:00am to 2:00pm Wednesday 4 February 2015

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