Learn how to make this delicious meal for babies and yourself to enjoy together. From 1 year upwards.
About the Cook
I like making food for and with my 2 children on a budget.
This workshop will give you an overview of the craft of beekeeping. Experienced beekeepers will cover the fundamental requirements for bee and hive management, and will give you a real feel for the art of beekeeping and a good understanding of whether or not this is craft you wish to pursue.
Protective beekeeping suits, gloves and all other equipment will be provided.
Session 1 | 10am - 1pm
Session 2 | 2 - 4 pm
What are Play Streets?
Play Streets temporarily stop traffic in a residential street, cul-de-sac or square, creating an opportunity for children to play safely outside. Parents and neighbours host sessions by closing the street and bringing out toys and play equipment to share. By temporarily stopping traffic for a while, and inviting everyone out, we can enjoy our streets together near our own front doors.
Tracey will be teaching us how to bind and weave with natural materials - using fresh owers to create headpieces.
About the Teacher
I’ve lived in this borough my whole life. I have a passion for all things crafty and it helps me to express my creativity.
1. Fresh Flowers
2. Foliage (green thin small branches and leaves from your garden)
4. Something from Nature
Cooks and growers from across the borough are warmly invited to share their creations with one another at an all day celebration of food and all the health and pleasure it brings to everyone’s life.
Whether you cook or grow as a hobby or whether you want to turn your ideas into a micro business, please come along and meet others who will want to admire your work… and might also want to start something new and enterprising with you!
During the day there will be a chance to present what you have been growing and producing as well take part in two specialist sessions, one on branding and packaging, and another on prototyping and test trading. You will be helping to create a food map of Barking and Dagenham, including all the fantastic produce being grown around the many allotments.
Branding & Packaging
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tim Greenhill from Lords of Poke
Prototyping & Test Trading
2:00 - 3:00 pm
Ollie Hunter from Kerb
Would you like to submit a film?
Theme: Explore the Past, Present and Future of Barking and Dagenham
Length of film: 3 - 15 minutes
Types of film: Story, documentary, interviews, music.
Submission Deadline: 12pm on 16th April 2018.
Have some great ideas but no experience of making films? Come along to the Neighbourhood Film Studio and learn some basic skills from people living in the borough such as how to film on your smart phone, how to create a storyboard or basic editing skills.
Please Submit To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Restrictions: All films must be suitable for a U rating - for general audiences. Please refer to the British Board of Film
Classification for guidance.
Diane will show you how to decorate a recycled jar - which could then be used as a tealight holder or a vase.
About the Teacher
I have been a local resident in Dagenham for many years. My passion is to create and design colourful art and crafts.
1. An empty jar
2. Cut out of favourite colour
4. Good luck charm
Make sweets and chocolates out of playdough.
Would you like to help us shape the Every One Every Day project as it grows?
If you want to help us understand how the project is going, or have local insights, think about joining the Community Advisory Group. You don’t have to be part of an existing project or group, individual residents welcome. Please contact us if you would like to find out more: email@example.com
We are holding a meeting on 28th March 6pm - 8pm to discuss how residents can bring their expert knowledge about Barking and Dagenham at 55 Ripple Road, Barking, IG11 7NT
Use your imagination to create your own characters from the story, by decorating yummy biscuits.