Nourish Hub wins NLA Community Prize and the Mayor’s Prize

At a ceremony held in London’s Guildhall on 26 November, RCKa’s Nourish Hub community kitchen, which we designed for food charity UK Harvest was given both the Community Prize and the coveted Mayor’s Prize in recognition of the project’s profound impact on the health and wellbeing of the local community.

Nourish Hub provides a community food hub where learning about cooking and health eating – as a common social activity – connects diverse cultures, teaches meaningful skills and brings local people together.





Funded by the GLA and housed in a vacant Post Office owned by Hammersmith & Fulham Council – the Hub offers opportunities to those of all backgrounds: from employment in catering to volunteering, skill-sharing and cooking classes. UKHarvest – a not-for-profit charity on a mission to eliminate hunger and food waste through education – will manage the Hub for three years, before handing it over to the community.


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