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EcoWorld London are launching a new Instagram-exclusive series, #EcoWorldAtHome. Starting on 24th April and running for 4 weeks, EcoWorld London will be working with some of the UK’s top chefs, gardening experts, and fitness gurus on this series, which will be available to view on EcoWorld London’s Instagram account (@ecoworld_london).


#EcoWorldAtHome is an initiative to create and share inspiring content which is accessible to all, covering topics like food and drink, wellness, and design. The online workshops aim to provide useful ideas to help people to stay healthy, calm, and entertained during the lockdown period, with a focus on using items already found in most households. Viewers will see some beloved and recognisable names such as The Botanical Boys, Rosie Birkett, Zaleha Olpin and more.

  • Woman in a red hijab standing behind a table of ingredients


  • woman standing in front of a pink bachground


  • Man holding a terrarium


  • Woman doing yoga



EcoWorld London will also be encouraging viewers to consider donating to various charities it has engaged with previously, with the first being The Open Kitchen in Hounslow.

For the first week of #EcoWorldAtHome, we’ll be celebrating National Gardening Week and getting creative with finding kitchen inspiration in the garden and re-using ingredients, ensuring that nothing goes to waste. 

On Monday 27th April, Masterchef UK finalist Zaleha Olpin will demostrate how to cook a beloved Malaysian dish using typical pantry ingredients, leftovers and a little something from her garden patch. 

In conjunction with #StopFoodWasteDay on Wednesday 29th April, The Botanical Boys will be showing how to regrow food using scraps and seeds from the kitchen. 

And on Friday 1st May, Rosie Birkett will be bringing some leftovers inspiration and demonstrate how to make a delicious zero waste chickpea stew. 

National Gardening Week is the nation's biggest celebration of gardening and raises awareness of the difference that gardens and gardening can make to the lives of everyone, with this year's focus on its benefits for one's mental health. The #StopFoodWasteDay campaign aims to ignite change regarding the global food waste issue. We’re delighted to collaborate with our partners and offer practical, creative and impactful ways we can all change our behaviour to minimise food waste.

Follow @ecoworld_london as weekly schedules will be published on their page every Sunday. #EcoWorldAtHome