Tickets: From £2
The Friends Meeting House (The Quakers) Hill Street CV1 4AN
Sat 23 Oct 2021 to Sat 4 Dec 2021
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Try It! - Telling My Story with Food

Sat 23 Oct 2021 to Sat 4 Dec 2021
The Friends Meeting House (The Quakers)
Hill Street CV1 4AN
Duration: 2 hours
From £2

*You will be transferred to an external ticketing website.

Try It! - Telling My Story with Food is a 10-week course. We recommend that you attend all 10 sessions. However, if you have to miss one, that’s okay - you don’t need to book for all sessions in advance.

No prior experience is required to join the course. We welcome you and your friends to have some fun and Try It! this autumn.

WITH LAST MAFUBA AND ALEXANDER JOHNSON

Are you a foodie, interested in global cuisine and want to be part of a community?

Join the United Communities of Coventry Club and be part of a community that shares your delicacy.

Together, we’ll use story and food to define and teach each other about our different cultures. Each week a different participant will share a recipe of their choice and a story from their cultural background. At the end of the ten weeks, the recipes and stories will be compiled into a book.

If you want to be one of the ten participants, make sure you sign up as soon as possible.

  • WEEKLY MEET UP: SATURDAYS
  • START DATE: 9 OCTOBER 2021
  • TIME: 10am – 12pm
  • VENUE: THE FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE (THE QUAKERS) (CV1 4AN)

Tickets cost £2 per person or £3 for two people (bring a buddy!)

WHAT IS TRY IT?

Try It! is a programme encouraging Coventry residents to have a go at a range of new, and often quirky, health-giving creative activities during our year as UK City of Culture.

We believe in social prescribing – the idea that, by taking part in community activities, we can all improve our health and wellbeing. 

This project aims to enhance the lives of community members and leave a lasting legacy of creative activities in Coventry.

For each workshop, you can book tickets online or pay at the door.

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Supported by funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, Warwickshire County Council and Spirit of 2012.