Everyone is invited to come along for a free pedal-powered film screening of Ratatouille by the bandstand in Myatt’s from 2.30pm to 5pm on Sunday, 17th March.
The Little Cat Cafe will be serving popcorn and ratatouille to go with the film and fuel those who would like to power our pedal-powered cinema. Don't worry about the weather, we will put up a marquee...And if you get cold, you will just have to pedal a bit faster!
This event is part of Camberwell Free Film Cinema. If anyone can volunteer to pedal the bike, or help set up at 1pm and take down from 5pm please contact Aleksandra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EASTER EGG HUNT
An Easter egg hunt will take place in the park on Friday 5th April.
This is being arranged with, and funded by, Pinnacle who are involved
in the rebuilding of Myatt's Fields North estate.
The Easter egg hunt is from 2pm to 3pm.
Come to Myatt's Fields Park bandstand at 2pm and collect your clues!
Funded by Pinnacle and organised in partnership with Myatt's Fields Park Project
This week's menu at the Little Cat Cafe: panang chicken, vegetable green curry, leek and onion quiche and tomato soup. Various cakes as usual! Friday to Sunday, 11am-4pm. On Sunday ratatouille and popcorn to go with 'Ratatouille' film screening from 2.30pm.
FUNDING FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS
If you live in the Loughborough area you can apply for up to £5000 for your own project under the latest round of the Community Challenge Fund.
This is a pot of money for local residents for local projects and activities that are designed and led by local residents. Nurture organisations (Myatt’s Field Park Project is one) will hold the funding and support residents in making their ideas a reality.
The Community Challenge Fund is intended to invest money into a target area which means they can only consider proposals put forward by residents who live in and around Loughborough Junction and Coldharbour ward.
See attached for further information and application form.
FOOD SESSIONS AT THE PARK
Everyone is welcome to come along and learn how to make Thai food in a session taught by our Thai food hero Orn (who cooks for the café) this Saturday (16th March).
The sessions are open to everyone – come along and help cook, or just turn up and eat at noon if you want to. You don’t need to be an expert cook, we design the sessions so people can just roll up their sleeves and help with chopping, stirring and eating!
We pay food heroes £40 to teach other people about the food they know and love. No experience is needed and you will be supported by our food manager Fiorella Fronzi during the session. If you are interested in becoming a food hero please contact Fiorella Fronzi on email@example.com.
FAMILY COOK AND EAT BREAKFAST CLUB
We’ll be meeting up to make super healthy muffins together at the family cook and eat breakfast club this Friday (March 15th) from 9am in the Mulberry Centre. The family cook and eat sessions allow children and adults to cook and eat together. Everyone welcome.
RETIRED PEOPLE'S LUNCH CLUB
Retired people are welcome to come and eat lunch made with vegetables and fruit from the greenhouse at the depot from noon each Friday. These sessions are informal and friendly and everyone is welcome.
The food sessions are funded by the Big Lottery Fund’s Local Food scheme.
Our free events for 2013 will include:
March 17th: screening of Ratatouille
April 5th: Easter egg hunt 2pm to 3pm
June 2nd: Big Lunch
June 22nd: Summer fair and family fun day
August 25/26 Sleepover (dependent on funding)
14th September Harvest Festival
19th October Big Draw
15th December Christingle carol concert