Recently we've been working with Sainsbury's to tackle food waste in Dog Kennel Hill Estate through cooking workshops, school work and launching a Community Fridge. The fridge is already proving very popular and on the first day of opening35 kilos of food was redistributed in only 5 hours! This week the Evening Standard paid a visit to the project and wrote an article that's definitely worth a read.
Spring is the time for fresh beginnings. We're surrounded by stuff these days and it doesn't seem to be making us happier, so why not give yourself head space to enjoy the longer days by adding decluttering to your spring cleaning? We've put together our top tips for a less cluttered lifestyle and unleashing your inner minimalist.
We hope you've recovered fromthe great hummus crisis of 2017.All that hummus hysteria was a great reminder that making your own is super simple and often tastier and cheaper than ready-made versions. So why not give (chick)peas a chance and whip up a batch of protein-packed hummus with this tasty recipe?
Based in a shipping container in West Norwood, the Library of Things is nothing like the library your Mum used to drag you to on a Saturday. It's a collection of occasional use items such as waffle makers, tents and circular saws that can be borrowed as needed rather than buying and storing them yourself. Join in the fun even if you don't live in London by watching this week's vlog where Sarah takes a tour of the Library of Things and chats to the founder.
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