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Healthy Living Platform

We bring people together to help them create healthy and sustainable lifestyles and to achieve the changes that matter

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Winter 2020

We are partnering with Lambeth Council to pack and deliver food parcels for shielded and isolating residents, as well as people who are struggling.

We are cooking at our Healthy Living Kitchen at Southwyck Community Centre.
We are making deliveries to people who have recently had a baby,
people who live locally and need help with accessing food,
and young people who normally receive free school meals.
If you would to volunteer with us please contact us.

Online sessions

We are currently running online sessions, and we hope to return to running our usual events as soon as we can

Fri 16

Vegetable bag collection

April 16 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Mon 19

Yoga with Claudia

April 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Tue 20

Story Stompers at Brockwell Greenhouses

April 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


Healthy Start and Rose Vouchers

Healthy Start is a national scheme aimed at improving the health of pregnant women and families on benefits and…

Story Stomping as a Family with Brockwell Greenhouses


We know the days are getting brighter now and it will soon be time to get together again for our really popular Story Stompers sessions with Brockwell Greenhouses. 

These sessions will be coming soon in April but until then, we’ve teamed up with Beth at Brockwell Greenhouses to create these fun Story Stompers resources for you to use at home and in the park with your family. 

There are 3 different story packs: 

Owl babies

Tiny Invisible World of Microbes- Story Stompers

Hooray for Birds

Each story pack includes a link to the story online, a walk in the park to discover parts of the story, and crafty things to do at home that connect to the story. 

(Click on each link to download the digital resource)

Get outdoors with your little ones this Easter holidays and enjoy the sunshine and local parks while reading together and getting creative with what you find in nature. 

For more info or any issues downloading the packs, call or text Helen on 07701365551

Healthy Living Platform and our surplus food projects- the Brixton Hub

Healthy Living Platform (HLP) has been awarded a contract from Lambeth Council to coordinate and distribute surplus food in…

Spring Hands competition

The spring hands photos are in!

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Here are some of our healthy and delicious recipes

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  • breakfast
  • dessert
  • main
  • preserves
  • Recipes
  • salad
  • side
  • snack
  • soup
Mandy’s Easy Carrot, Tomato and Lentil Soup

A cheap and nutritious meal to make for the whole family.

Mandy’s Sweet Potato and Spinach Dhal

A simple Indian curry made with lentils

Carrot Hummus

A very easy way to add a portion of vegetables to a tub of hummus.

Fruit Skewers

Fun and easy recipe to make with seasonal fruits.

Easy and Healthy Homemade Hummus

A dip made from chickpeas, lemon juice, garlic and tahini

Sue’s Vegetable Bolognese

Packed full of delicious vegetables and healthy protein

Mala’s Full of Beans Soup

A healthy soup is packed full of brightly coloured vegetables and beans

Onley’s Soda Water Bread Rolls

Bread rolls made with spelt flour, pumpkin seeds and soda water

Sugar Snap Pea Vegetable Christmas Trees

Christmas food doesn’t have to be unhealthy to be fun. These little vegetable Christmas trees are made from sugar snap peas and yellow peppers. They take just a few minutes to assemble and are a great way to tempt children to try some new veggies. Ingredients 10 sugar snap peas (mange tout or green beans also work well) 1/4 yellow pepper Instructions Wash your sugar snap peas. They can be eaten raw but if you’re serving to a baby or toddler you may wish to lightly boil or steam them first. Cut a star shape and a rectangle shape out...

Our work in numbers


People fed each week


Bags of food per week


volunteer hours to date


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Our mission


Promoting healthy lifestyles is at our core. Encouraging, training, informing, supporting. 


We offer activities which promote the health and wellbeing of everyone in the community.


Our projects are self-sustaining. For the community, by the community.


The neighbourhood is the beating heart of our project. People having control of their own wellness. 


We believe that greening our environment and working towards healthier lifestyles are great ways to bring people together and create real social change. Our team has set up community gardens, started cooking projects and food businesses, and redistributed tonnes of surplus food. We have seen the benefits of creating communities of people who do things together to look after themselves, their families and their neighbours.

As health costs rise and government funding declines, there has never been a greater need for people to do things for themselves, to look after their own wellbeing. Also, the recent surge in awareness of the urgent need to address climate change means there is a massive willingness in our communities to take action. We are passionate about improving our environment and know that we can feel healthier and even have fun as a result.