Active Kitchen Bromsgrove
Active Kitchen provides a safe, welcoming place for local children aged 9 -14 to keep active during the school holidays and fight holiday hunger with home cooked meals; it aims to have a lasting impact on the lives of young people, empowering personal value and self-confidence.
We are always in need of more volunteers to help prepare or serve meals to the young people please show your interest here
Hear more about Active Kitchen on The Bromsgrove Standard Podcast (external link) 13 minutes in!
We had a great time in October half term and can't wait for more in the 2019!
We had a great summer
@ Newsong Community Church& St Andrew's Church Charford
A huge thank you goes to Councillor Christopher Bloore and Councillor Luke Mallett who have funded the Summer projects!!
We've had a great Summer, check out some of the action below:
We had another great week in May half term.
Twelve young people enjoyed Rugby and fun in collaboration with Bromsgrove Rugby Club & West Mercia Police on Tuesday & Wednesday.
Thursday & Friday saw the project back on home turf at St Andrew's Church in Charford, with another 15 young people taking part in craft, sport and lunch.
All had a great time especially skipping with Jump Rope UK!
For the first time Bromsgrove has had its very own Active Kitchen!
With over 19 young people attending over the five days.
A big 'Thank you' to Worcestershire YMCA's excellent staff and volunteers and NewSong Community Church volunteers for preparing and serving all of the delicious food! We are looking forward to doing it all again in May Half-term!
Please contact to organise transport and book places