the results are in!

and the winners are...

At Stoves we believe that the heart of the home – and the community – is the kitchen, and we want to help transform kitchen facilities in community project across the UK.

Charities, community projects and organisations up and down the country entered the Stoves Community Kitchens competition for the chance to win new kitchen appliances worth a total of £10,000.

From the ten shortlisted finalists you voted – in your thousands – for your favourite and we can now reveal the three winners:

Gold Winner

Kentish Town City Farm

Kentish Town City Farm


Kentish Town City Farm is a community charity in Camden that helps city people connect with animals, nature and the environment. The project is based around a ‘field to fork’ model, which helps people living in the city to connect with animals, nature and the environment.

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Silver Winner

The Ridge’s Sunny Soups

Dunbar, Scotland

Sunny Soups is a food waste project run by charity The Ridge, to provide local people with life and employment skills. Surplus food is collected from local shops, community gardens, farms and households, before volunteers turn it into soups, which are then available for anyone to take.

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Bronze Winner

Ashtons Green Community Allotments

St Helens

Ashtons Green Community Allotments Association, prides itself on working with the community in many ways and with a number of organisations, including the Change Grow Live St Helens (CGL St Helens) group, which helps people recover from addictions such as alcohol and drugs.

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