Would your family like to take part in a free, fun after school group held at the Amex Stadium? If so, take a look at our April Family Shape Up programme which is being run in partnership with Albion in the Community.

 

Breakfast used to be bread and dripping for some, bacon and eggs, or kippers and kedgeree for others, and then for nearly everyone it turned into a high carbohydrate and sugar mix of sweetened cereals, toast and jam.

 

The Eatwell Plate has been the mainstay of nutritional advice since 2007 but following an extensive period of consultation Public Health England has released the new Eatwell Guide.

Are you looking for a new challenge? A chance to learn new skills and make friends? Then look no further, here are some volunteering opportunities available right now.

Whether it’s drinking the water, using the oil as a moisturiser or popping a spoonful into baking, the last couple of years have seen the coconut rise to prominence in kitchens and bathroom cabinets. So is the oil from this nut (actually it’s a drupe), all that it’s cracked up to be?

 

A while ago I was invited by the Sunday Assembly to give a talk at one of their Sunday gatherings on the theme of 'Acceptance'. Initially I asked myself 'What's that got to do with gardening and food growing?' and then found the answer pretty quickly: 'EVERYTHING'.

How many of us are getting the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep each night? And does it really matter? Growing evidence suggests that a lack of sleep can increase weight gain, risk of diabetes and disrupt specific hormones that control hunger and satiety levels.

Brighton & Hove Food Partnership, Fishersgate Residents Association and Kingswood and Milner Tenants Association all local finalists in the Bags of Help grant scheme – in store vote starts Saturday 27th February 2016.

Brighton & Hove Food Partnership are calling on all organisations in the city who come into contact with vulnerable people to ask a simple question about food poverty.

As many of you may know our website has been having problems recently. We really appreciate all of you who have been in touch so far about this.