Sharing meals with new friends
Join in for an exciting day to celebrate food in Barking and Dagenham
Weekly drop-ins in Every One Every One shops
Batch cooking in shared kitchens
Simple recipe ideas for the whole family
Making your own baby food is simple
Imagine a community supermarket, run by you and your neighbours.
A public fridge which allows people to share their surplus food.
Bring your friends and make friends at the Cereal Bar, a time for socialising.
Learn how to grow vegetables in your garden and how you can use them in your cooking.
Come along, drink tea & meet your neighbours.
London's largest free celebration of outdoor spaces aimed at people of all ages'
Learn about gardening for your allotment
Do you want to grow your own veg, and don’t have much space?
Transforming green corners into community spaces
A project stemmed from a love of indoor plants,
Would you like to live on a street where everyone has something to share and is open to assisting each other?
Learning to be beekeepers and introducing new bee colonies
A place to create, learn, co-work and be inspired
Pop Shop Opening soon
Come along to Made By You to get together with other people and build.
Enjoy this great co-working session aimed at getting people together
Come for a full day of workshops exploring sustainable ways of reusing, repairing, and making your clothes.
Local people, organisations and the team will be getting together for a night of sharing, networking and learning.
Do you have a business idea but don’t know how to start? Why not join a Collaborative Business programme to test out your ideas as a group and learn new skills from one another.
A fun and creative area of the Warehouse where kids of all ages can make, learn and play together.
Barter for useful new skills
Trade School is an alternative, self-organised school that runs on barter.
Improving your DIY knowledge.
Teen Trade Schools are designed by teenagers to share skills with each other in exchange for simple barter items.
Barter for useful new skills at the white house.
This is a unique introduction into coding for all, learn the basics and try out your new skills.
Co-working and business start-up sessions
Open sessions of sewing, mending and meeting other makers
Wouldn’t it be great if we could redesign items we normally throw away to create new and useful ones?
Do you want to find out new and interesting ways to get your kids learning?
Knitting, crocheting, embroidery or tatting, there’s always something new to learn.
Have a business idea? Join one of the collaborative business programmes to help you get started!
Stories and activities every week
An idea to get kids reading while getting their haircut
Mini makers creates a space where children can learn from each other and adults around them.
Join us with the whole family to get stuck in
This Summer there will be a two week Summer Camp full of fun activities fit for families!
All kinds of ball games in public spaces
Organised local walks with friends and neighbours
Pop up play streets for children
Test and improve your photography skills in a professional environment