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Special Offer for London Supper Club Hosts

Brixton Peoples Kitchen are offering their new café space to start-ups and chefs for a discounted rate for the next month to Jellied Eel readers.

Brixton Peoples Kitchen

Brixton Peoples Kitchen

If you’ve been thinking about expanding your supper-club or fancy trying out a new venue, Brixton Peoples Kitchen are offering a discounted rate of £100 per night, in exchange of photos of the event. Their new café space has a full catering standard kitchen, service area and seating for 38 covers.

The Brixton People’s Kitchen is a pop-up social enterprise who have been running since 2011. Over the past 8 years they’ve been using car parks, greenhouses and street corners to cook and share surplus food. And finally after years of getting communities together in rain, snow, hail and sunshine they now have a roof over their heads thanks to a partnership with the Black Prince Trust.

Through running a weekday café, Brixton Kitchen plans to fund their free community activities that support people on low incomes, the elderly, and those in recovery as well as having a safe warm place to run them from during challenging weather.

Use the code ‘Jellied Eel’ to book the discounted offer. It is a limited, first-come-first-served offer, so get in touch quick if you want to reserve a spot

Other articles of interest:

How to run a charitable supper club

Supper clubs with a social conscience

Published Monday 20 May 2019

Jellied Eel: With more than 50,000 readers, The Jellied Eel is the magazine for ethical eating in the capital. Published by Sustain's London Food Link to celebrate the best of London's local larder, each issue showcases the people and projects helping to put good food on the table. Annual subscription starts from less than £2 a month.

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