From 4Lunch’s website:
Discover what it takes to run your own food business at 4Lunch’s Recipe for Success events for aspiring foodies, entrepreneurs and community projects in Manchester.
The food and drink scene is thriving and there are many opportunities to get a slice of the action. Come along to find out exactly what it takes to start your own food project from people who’ve made it a success!
In Making it as a community food project, we will be in conversation with Karolina & Clare, the founders of Heart & Parcel, a project bringing migrant women together and helping them improve their English through the making of delicious dumplings from around the world.
Having been featured in The Guardian and Manchester Evening News for their fantastic work, these inspiring social entrepreneurs know a thing or two about the highs, lows and challenges of establishing a community food project.
The conversation will be hosted by Amy Win from 4Lunch, a social enterprise that has been delivering cookery classes, food business training and catering in Greater Manchester since 2013.
We are launching Recipe for Success, a new online course designed to help individuals and community groups to start their own food enterprises.
Come along to meet like-minded people and find out more about how you could make a positive impact on your community through food, at a friendly and relaxed event in a unique space – on board the Commonplace Double Decker Bus! Don’t worry, we won’t be moving, the bus will be parked up at Mayfield Depot!
Ticket price includes delicious dumplings from Heart & Parcel.