Community Cookbook


Donate a recipe to your

Community Cookbook

About the Project

Nourish Hub have partnered with RBKC to create a community cookbook, celebrating the community projects that have contributed to the Notting Dale Future Neighbourhoods 2030 project. If you have participated in one of the projects, we ask you to donate a recipe!

If your donated recipe is chosen, it will be tested by the Chefs at Nourish Hub, professionally photographed and printed in our cookbook!

Submission Details 

Please submit your recipe by the 31st July 2024 to be considered. Recipes must be vegetarian or vegan and affordable to make.

What is the Notting Dale Future Neighbourhoods 2030 project?

Notting Dale is one of only two neighbourhoods in London that has been selected as part of the Mayor of London’s Future Neighbourhoods (FN) 2030 programme to deliver a range of environmental pioneering projects and initiatives, alongside the development of a community-led environmental strategy.

Click here to read more on Future Neighbourhoods.


As this is part of the Notting Dale Future Neighbourhoods 2030, to submit a recipe you need to meet one of the following:

  • A resident of Notting Dale Ward (w10 and w11 postcodes)
  • Students at a school in Notting Dale ward (Thomas Jones Primary School, Kensington Aldridge Academy, Saint Francis of Assisi, The Stewart Bilingual school, Avondale Primary School, St Clement and St James CES, Tabernacle School, Norland Place School, SIAL School).
  • A staff member or volunteer of the Future Neighbourhoods community partners
  • A service user of the Future Neighbourhoods community partners

Submit Your Recipe Now

Use the form below to submit your recipe! If you require any further information please contact

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