North London Kinship Carers Cooking Club

In Person

The cooking club is run by Kinship Hub and is open to all kinship carers in North London.

When and where we meet

We meet: Fortnightly

Every other Saturday – 12pm-2pm

Location: Angel Community Centre, 48 Raynham Road, London, N18 2JF

Dates for the sessions are on the Kinship Hub website.

To attend the cooking club, you will need to book in advance. You can either complete the form on the Kinship Hub Contact page, or book by telephone, text or email using the contact details below.

Who we are

The North London Kinship Carers Cooking Club is an opportunity for kinship families to meet, cook healthy food on a budget and enjoy a meal together. We provide all the ingredients to cook our club menus – as the cooking club is grant funded, there is no cost to kinship families.

The North London Kinship Carers Cooking Club provides:

  • children in kinship families to meet other children being raised by connected people
  • kinship carers to access peer support to help reduce social isolation
  • everyone to learn healthy, budget-friendly recipes

We also run a South London Kinship Carers Cooking Club and an employability program through our trading arm – Kinship Kitchen. We’re able to offer training, mentorship and ultimately flexible paid work opportunities to our kinship carer members.

Please note – Kinship children are invited to take part in all our cooking club sessions. We also hold meet-ups a few times a year where children’s activities are also provided.

Contact details

Please get in touch if you want to book a session or have any questions.

Name of contact: Anna-Lou

Contact by: Phone call / Email / Website contact page

Phone number: 07792 320549






This group is independently run and you will need to contact the group directly.  As this group is not part of Kinship, we do not take any responsibility for their activities. Kinship does not check the information provided by the group.  The group will process your personal data in accordance with their own governance structure.