The Brighton & Hove Food Partnership has been awarded funding for an exciting new, 3-year project called 'Sharing the Harvest', which aims to help more vulnerable people in the city to benefit from gardening.

Are you interesting in orchards and the role they can play regenerating our local landscapes and bringing together communities?

We have a handful of places available for participants to join one or a series of visits as part of the Orchard without Borders project.

The Food Partnership are seeking 1-2 volunteers who can help us to create an inspiring, interactive display at a major public event in September. This is a great opportunity for someone with some free time at the end of the summer to gain valuable experience of event organising, food waste campaigning and creative / interactive activity design. 

The Good Food Grants scheme is a valuable funding stream supporting small grassroots food projects across the city. Recipients are chosen based on different criteria including helping to alleviate food poverty, celebrating the cultural diversity in the city, helping the financial sustainability of food projects and supporting or enhancing the experience of volunteers.


Wow, everyone's talking about fridges these days, from celebrity chefs to fridge-phobics. Perhaps we can blame this rather hot summer. Or perhaps we're simply recognising the fridge as a window into one's soul (or stomach, more accurately). I don't know about you, but I love looking into people's fridges – it's a bit like peeking over a garden fence.