Community Kitchen Project Lead
Alex always had a passion for food. Her dad used to be a cook in the Navy, and she believes that his enthusiasm for food was what inspired her to love cooking and feeding people.
After a career in her native Brazil, Alex went traveling and eventually moved to London where she worked in many different fields.
Alex has a passion for honest food, simple dishes where it’s all about natural flavours.
Community Litchen Project Lead
I have always loved to cook. My earliest memory is standing on a chair 'helping' my mum in the kitchen. Her kitchen was always full of friends family and delicious food from our Anglo- indian background. Her inspiration has led me to teaching, many different community projects and adventures all centred on working with food and people.
I also work at Discovery Catering working with adults with learning disabilities . Working at APCG is a whole new food adventure.
Men's Shed Project Lead
Hi everyone - my name's Ian and I lead the Men's Shed. I also run a self defence class at the garden every other weekend.
In the Men's Shed we help with woodworking skills and try to improve interaction.
If you have any questions please come down on Wednesday or Friday mornings for a chat. I'm sure you'll find us a friendly bunch.
Jacqui is from a Marketing Communications background having worked for both Private and Public Sector organisations including BASF, Central Government (Central Office for Information, Dept of Education, Dept of Health, and DWP), and local government/social care (Medway Council).
Jacqui moved from London to Kent 17 years ago and enjoys all aspects of country life, especially vibrant Faversham and surrounding areas with her family. Jacqui has three children who all go to school locally.