Do you want to eat less meat but worry about getting a balanced, healthy diet?
Do you want to do your bit to tackle climate change, to understand better what all the fuss is about, but don’t know where to start?
Join Salford Health Improvement Service to explore what it means to be more sustainable, including cooking demonstrations.
This four-week course is for everyone. Structured around plant-based cooking demonstrations and other activities, it explores how we can best make informed choices in making our living habits and routines more sustainable and therefore ‘do out bit’ in the fight against climate change whilst maintaining our health and wellbeing.
We have long been used to hearing warnings about global warming, the climate emergency and how governments, organisations and individuals need to act to prevent its worsening. These warnings have recently increased whilst Britain hosted the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow in 2021, whilst ordinary individuals felt compelled to take direct action, blocking some of the country’s busiest roads to highlight what was seen as continued inaction to tackle the climate emergency.
Sometimes it feels we are bombarded with phrases and ideas on what things we should be doing to help – urgings to reduce ‘carbon footprints’, talk of fitting homes with ‘heat pumps’, people deciding to become ‘climatarians’, ‘flexitarians’ or ‘vegan’ amongst others. It is only comparatively recently that we have got used to separating and recycling our household waste, of having a collection of bins in the garden. It was once thought odd and inconvenient we no longer shoved everything into one bin. This is no longer the case, and likewise in the coming years we will have to make various adjustments to how we live day-to-day - in our food choices, reducing waste and recycling more - if we are to make a positive impact and live more sustainably.
Therefore, this course is an opportunity to understand and discuss current and ongoing climate change issues, a social activity to explore concepts, choices and explain labels and definitions, plus debate and share ideas and tips on what we are already doing as individuals or want to.
The course is available to anyone over the age of 18.
Three current venues in Boothstown, Broughton and Ordsall – please see below.
You can book yourself on to any sustainable lifestyles course via the following link.
If you would like to discuss anything before booking or for further information, call us free on 0800 952 1000 (option 2), Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm.
|Tuesday||10am to 12pm||
The Naz Community Hall, Great Clowes Street, Lower Broughton, Salford M7 1ZQ
|Every Tuesday - ongoing||Have you ever wondered what it would be like to try meat free recipes and meals? Come and join us in preparing new recipes!|
|Thursday||4pm to 6pm||
The Tatton Community Café, 172 Tatton Street, Salford, M5 3PS
|Every Thursday - ongoing||Have you ever wondered what it would be like to try meat free recipes and meals? Come and join us in preparing new recipes!|