Good Food for All This Summer

Join Good Food in Greenwich for free food-related activities this summer.

Holiday Feasts

Come along to regular fun-packed sessions at the adventure playgrounds and youth clubs listed below and join Good Food in Greenwich for a fabulous free meal as part of our Summer Holiday Feast. Sessions with a Feast will be at the following centres and times:

Venue Day Time
Glyndon Adventure Playground

Elmley St, London SE18 7NN

Mondays & Wednesdays 12.30pm – 2pm
Plumstead Adventure Playground

Blendon Terrace, London SE18 7RS

Tuesdays and Thursdays


12.30pm – 2pm
Coldharbour Adventure Playground

The Course, London SE9 3JB

Wednesday 12.30pm – 2pm
Hawksmoor Youth Club

Bentham Road, SE28 8AS

Tuesdays and Thursdays 4pm – 5pm
Woolwich Common Youth Club

144 Nightingale Pl, Woolwich, London SE18 4HE 

Thursday 27th July, 10th and 24th August

Fridays 4th, 18th August and 1st September

6pm – 7pm

7pm – 8pm


Cookery Clubs

Develop your cookery skills and enjoy a shared meal at one of our free cookery clubs. We’re running 2 family sessions at Gallion’s Mount, 27 Purrett Rd, London SE18 1JR, 25th and 26th July 10am – 12.30pm. There are also open access courses running at the following places:

Abbeywood Community Centre, Mondays starting 31st July, 10.30am – 1pm

GCDA Kitchens, West Greenwich, Wednesdays starting 2nd August, 6.30pm – 8.30pm

To book a place please call 0800 4704831

Good places to get a good meal in Greenwich

Woolwich Common Community Centre – lunch club on Friday from 12pm – 2.30pm

The New Leaf Café in Cherry Orchard Estate, Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays between 9am and 3pm at 92a Blaker Court

Birchmere Hub Café, off Disraeli Close, SE28 8AP open on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Call 020 8320 4470 and check opening times

Other Activities

Try your hand at growing by coming along to a supported growing session – located around the borough throughout the week.  Check out our Projects Page for more information and interactive map!

Check out Visit Greenwich for a list of activities happening over the summer, and also look at Greenwich Mums for loads more advice and free activities to get involved with!  And don’t forget to check out the Royal Borough Greenwich website for more information and things to do.


Top tips for saving money on shopping bills

  • The average family with children in the UK throws away about £60 of food per month. Plan meals before shopping so you buy what you need, rather than buying food that may be wasted.
  • Before shopping check what is in the fridge and cupboards so you can plan meals around foods that need using up.
  • Make a shopping list and stick to it.
  • Buy from supermarket ‘own brand’ and ‘value’ ranges; these are usually as good as more expensive, branded products. Money Saving Expert estimates you can save £1,500 annually on food bills by using cheaper brands.
  • Reduced items, special offers and buy-one-get-one-free deals may help save money but try not to be tempted by offers on items you do not need, as this will add to the cost of your shopping. It is also important to compare prices as often special offer items are not as good value for money as the same products in a different range.
  • Shop around to find better deals. If you can get to Woolwich, Deptford or Lewisham, the markets are a great source of reasonably priced fruit and veg.
  • Cooking from basic ingredients at home is generally cheaper than buying ready-made food and takeaways. Attend a free community cookery club the find out how.
  • Rather than throwing away leftovers, save these for lunch the following day.

The following website provide more detailed tips and guidance:

Money Saving Expert:

Love Food Hate Waste: