A prize-winning poster created by the Brighton & Hove Food Partnership was given the royal seal of approval from Prince Charles at a recent ground-breaking conference.
New BHFP course to help cooks learn how to cook and teach outside.
Bringing together the city's caterers to talk about healthy food choices
Can you give some time to help us share meals with the city's most vulnerable people?

Take one cook, a portion of good food and a dollop of human kindness and you have the recipe for a new project being launched in Brighton and Hove to combat loneliness.

Some people don’t offer to volunteer as they fear it will take up lots of time and commitment.

To tie in with Volunteers Week, I wanted to highlight that whatever your availability, from an hour a year, to a couple of hours a week, there are always ways to get involved in community food projects which have a significant impact on other people in your community.


To tie in with Meat Free May, this blog; the first from our new Shape Up series, aims to look at the merits of going meat free and explores the alternatives.

In aid of Know My Neighbour week, which started on Saturday 21 May, we decided to hold a little community picnic for the locals of Saunders Park. Any excuse for some good food, nice chat and games really.


Confused by the recent headlines claiming that low-fat diets make you fat? Fortunately Brighton and Hove Food Partnership public health nutritionist Jo Lewin has some no-nonsense advice to help you make healthy and sensible choices and steer you through the conflicting headlines.

A new film highlighting how gardening has transformed the lives of hundreds of people facing issues such as homelessness, mental health and learning disabilities has been launched by the Brighton and Hove Food Partnership.