KPCC’s Summer of Fun and Food 2022

Summer holiday fun and food for local kids at our Community Centre

We are so pleased to be once more working with Shannon and her team to provide loads of fun and food during the summer holidays. Thanks to Tom and Vicki and everyone at Lambeth Council for providing support and funding so that we can do this.
Registration is now closed and there is a waiting list. But we hope to do it all again during future school holidays!

 

Cheap and free meals for children

To help those in need, many supermarkets, pub chains, and eateries across the country are offering meal deals so young people can eat and enjoy a trip out of the house over the summer

Asda

Any child aged 16 and under can access a hot or cold meal at Asda cafes for just £1 seven days a week from July 25 until September 4.

Baby food is also available as part of the initiative, with little ones able to enjoy a free pouch of Ella’s Kitchen baby food (70g pouch) in any Asda cafe.

Beefeater, Table Table, and Brewers Fayre

Children under 16 can eat breakfast for free at any Beefeater, TableTable, or Brewers Fayre during the summer holidays. Customers can get two free kids’ breakfasts when they buy a £9.50 adult breakfast.

Bella Italia

Children eat for £1 with the purchase of any adult main at Bella Italia from 4pm to 6pm Monday to Thursday.

Children will be able to tuck into a three-course meal as well as a Cawston Pressed fruit water. The offer is not available in conjunction with any other offer, set menu, voucher, discount, or Tesco Clubcard.

Cafe Rouge

For just £1 kids can enjoy a two or three-course meal at Cafe Rouge.

The offer requires any adult to order one main course from our A La Carte menu to qualify. Saturdays are not included in this offer.

Dobbies

From 12pm each day, children can eat free with any adult meal at any Dobbies Garden Centre. Children can choose from the lunch menu or pick ‘n’ mix meal, and also pick their own drink.

Dunelm

Children can eat free with any £4 minimum spend at Dunelm Pausa cafes. The offer started on June 25 and allows shoppers to claim one free mini main, two snacks, and a drink in- store.

Hungry Horse

Everyday between 8am and 12pm customers can get a kid’s breakfast worth up to £2.49 for free when you they an adult breakfast for at least £3.49 in a Hungry Horse pub.

There’s a maximum of two kid’s breakfasts per adult one, and the offer cannot be combined with any other offer, daily, deal, promotion, or discount – excluding add a drink promotion.

IKEA

From July 11 to September 3, children can get a meal from the children’s menu at IKEA from 95p. The deal includes one hot meal, but for £1.50 you can also buy a drink, a piece of fruit, and dessert. The offer is valid for IKEA family members which is free to join

Morrisons

Every child will receive one free meal from the kid’s menu or a chilled kid’s snack pack with any one adult meal with a value of £4.99 or over. Each kid’s meal includes a piece of fruit and a Tropicana Kids Orange/Apple drink or bottle of water.

The offer excludes all cafe specials and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer except Teatime Meal Deal.

Yo!

Until September 29, children can eat free from Monday to Thursday between 3pm and 5.30pm. Those under 10 can tuck into the Mini Ninja children’s menu for every £10 spent on any adult meal. The offer includes a bento and a drink from the kids’ menu and a dessert can be added for £1.50. A maximum of three children per table can claim this offer.

Lambeth Carers Card

 

Carers’ Hub Lambeth and MYsocial are pleased to announce the launch of the Lambeth Carers Card. The Lambeth Carers Card helps unpaid carers plan for emergencies, and offers useful resources and information for your caring role. What’s included:  

  1. In an emergency: The card states up that ‘I am a Carer. Someone depends on me’ with space to add your emergency contact numbers. This means if something happens to you, people know who to contact to be able to look after the person you usually care for. You can also use our emergency plan template, flyer and tips, to help put a back-up plan into place. 
  2. Your free access code for the Lambeth version of the Carers UK digital platform. This includes e-learning, factsheets, interactive guides and essential information covering health and wellbeing, support for caring, financial planning, young adult carers and more.
  3. Access to Carers UK’s Jointly App for free. Designed to make caring for someone a little easier, less stressful and a lot more organised by making communication and coordination simpler between those who are sharing the care.
  4. Helpful information – keep up to date with the latest news, support and opportunities for carers in Lambeth via the Lambeth Carers Card newsletters and online events. 

If you’d like to find out more, our launch event video is available to view here, letting you know all about the resources on offer.

If you would like to sign up for the Lambeth Carers Card, please visit the Lambeth Carers Card website or call  020 7501 8973 or info@lambethcarerscard.org 

The Lambeth Carers Card is open to unpaid carers aged 18 +, living in or caring for someone who lives in the borough of Lambeth. A carer is someone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or addiction.

 

 

 

KPCC Community Benefit Society

Live on Kennington Park Estate? Live or work nearby? Come to events or activities in the Centre? Do you want to be more involved in our local community? Why not become a Member of the Community Benefit Society now running our Community Centre?

A membership form can be found here – please complete and return to Kennington Park Community Centre, 8 Harleyford Street, SE11 5SY, or by email   to kpcc.cbs@gmail.com.

Holiday Fun and Food 2022 @ KPCC

WATCH OUT FOR DETAILS OF OUR SUMMER SCHEME ON OUR WEBSITE kpccoval.org! Our popular free Holiday Food and Activities are back at our Community Centre this Spring school holidays. Check out http://kpccoval.org/spring-food-and-fun-scheme/ for more information and a link to the registration form.          

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Residents’ meeting 16 March 2022

It’s been a while – but the Tenants’ & Residents’ Association is holding an online Annual General Meeting on 16 March 2022 to elect our officers and discuss issues such as rents, service charges, parking, repairs and cleaning. All Estate residents are welcome. The Zoom link is https://bit.ly/KPETRA. Please register is advance.      

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