EASTER LUNCH FOR OUTREACH ANGELS IN THE KITCHEN
We are delighted that our new kitchen was put through its paces over the Easter weekend, preparing a special Easter roast for Outreach Angels.
As many of you know we support this fantastic charity as often as we can. They do amazing work supporting the homeless in Birmingham with sustenance, comfort and compassion.
We hope that the Easter roast will become a tradition as we had so much fun cooking up the lunch with the volunteers, which was distributed over the weekend.
The new appliances were a joy to use. We hope to share details of these with you over the coming weeks, in person, if you would like to make an appointment to visit, or watch out for some new videos coming to the website soon.
If you would like to know more about the great work that Outreach Angels do visit the website here.
During the last year the kitchen has become an important place for the family to work and play, as well as to cook, eat and socialise. With families utilising multiple gadgets such as phones, tablets and laptops, it is possible to run out of places to charge them, or not to have the power points
2020 was a year when everything changed. In our homes this has led to families re-defining how they use their space, with the kitchen’s role as the hub of the home, becoming even more important.
In 2021, we will continue to multitask in the kitchen, using it for working from home, schoolwork, socialising, watching TV, eating, cooking and relaxing
With many families spending more of the festive season in their homes this year, having a home bar with everything you need at hand would help the party go with a swing. Imagine a cosy corner with a bespoke cupboard to hold your favourite tipple, or a hide away bar that includes a drinks fridge,