Diet, Nutritional Health and Physical Activity

Diet, Nutritional Health and Physical Activity

Food Matters..... Fitness too!

Sustainable Living

Sustainable Living

The Kitchen garden

Catering Service

Catering Service

Meet and Eat

Footprints Women's Centre Catering has provided quality, affordable food at Footprints Women's Centre since 1997. 

Using only the freshest ingredients and no additives, we have a variety of menu options.Footprints Women's Centre Catering also promotes healthy eating, combining diet and nutrition advice with cookery skills classes for families.

Footprints Women's Centre Catering was awarded a Food Hygiene score of 5 by Lisburn Environmental Health in August 2013. 

Catering news

The Kitchen Garden Harvest 2015

Funding from Bombardier has supported Footprints Kitchen Garden this year and the Garden Group had a very successful growing season. The harvest this year included cauliflower, broccoli, peas, carrots, onions, tomatoes, chard and beetroot. The fresh produce was used in the catering service providing the children in the Daycare facility and the Senior Citizens group with healthy, tasty soups and casseroles.

The Big Brush Off

As part of their summer programme Footprints Women's Centre Young Girl's Group took part in Belfast City Council's clean up campaign, 'The 2015 Brush Off'. The girls picked up litter and cleared paths around Footprints Women's Centre and the Colinmill area of Poleglass. Well done to the group for all their hard work and effort.

Bombardier (NI) Foundation

Footprints Women’s Centre was pleased to receive a donation this month from Bombardier (NI) Foundation which will support the development of our Environmental Action Project this year.

This is the second year we have received assistance from Bombardier (NI) Foundation and this donation will enable the Centre to build on the success of our Food Growing Project ‘The Kitchen Garden’ and our Eco Adventure Club.

The Big Table Event

As part of the annual Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival Footprints Women's Centre and Windsor Women's Centre came together to host a creative art and gardening session in Belfast City Centre.

Hosted by 'Open Source' in partnership with PLACE and 'Friends of the Earth' a temporary Big Table was created at Lower Garfield Street in Belfast for a weekend of discussions, activities, music and performance art, to bring back life to this empty space.

Awards for our catering service

  • Scores on the Doors
  • Hospitality assured
  • Eat Safe