The Bread Kitchen is looking to take on a new member of staff. We are seeking an individual who is motivated, reliable empathetic and person-centred.
The role is as Deputy Gardener/Assistant Gardening Tutor.
Main areas of responsibility will include providing assistance to the Lead Gardener in both customer gardens and at our new training facility/farm. They will assist in planning and carrying out gardening tasks and support volunteers on the project.
Contract for 6 months initially, 15 hours a week. £8 per hour.
The Bread Kitchen is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults. An enhanced DBS check will be required for successful applicants.
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Closing date Tuesday 17th July 12 noon.
We are delighted to have moved to our new venue.
Our office and training rooms are now at 2 Stonecutters Way, Great Yarmouth.
We are on the top floor above the Citizen's Advice Bureau.
In order to access our rooms, please press the bottom or middle buzzer HARD (very hard!)
or give us a call to let us know you are outside and we will come to meet you.
Cobholm Youth Club for 8-12 year olds has started! Run by staff and volunteers from The Bread Kitchen, the club will meet on THURSDAYs form 6:30-8pm in The Jubilee Room (upstairs) at Cobholm Community Centre.
Cost £1 per person.
Come along for fun and games, art, competitions, lego, tuck shop and friendship.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Mike, Cathy, Pam and Jodie.
The Bread Kitchen has received the prestigious
"Inspiring Project" award as part of the 2016/17 Youth on Board Awards from The British Youth Concil.
The award was received in recognition of The Bread Kitchen's work with young people and their promotion of youth involvement in every stage of their learning journey.
Cathy, co-founder and Directors explains "We are delighted to receive this national award in recognition of our work. Not only does it demonstrate that our young people are at the very heart of our organisation but also shows that our approach is acknowledged as being an example of outstanding practice".
to our director Mike Smith-Clare who has been awarded an MBE in the New Years Honours list. Mike has received this award for the work he has carried out over a number of years in the education and support of vulnerable people.
The work continues . . . . . . .
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Winter Windmill Wonderland
Our students and volunteers have been working hard with staff from The Wind Energy Museum in Repps with Bastwick to create a Winter Windmill Wonderland.
Children and their families mett Father Christmas in his magical windmill grotto, took part in craft activities all in the beautiful setting of the museum. What a great success.