The Food Partnership are thrilled to award the 100th Healthy Choice Award to The Garden Nursery, Hove.

This month marks the 5 year anniversary of the launch of the Food Partnership's Love Food Hate Waste Campaign. What a phenomenal journey it has been, with so much community activity around food waste reduction, food waste recycling and utilising food surpluses for social good. As we consider what the next 5 years will address in the city, let's celebrate all the amazing work that is currently happening.

The Magic Garden is a community allotment in Hollingdean which enables families with disabled children access to an allotment by providing regular sessions for parents and carers to meet, dig, plant and share.  They provide a destination that understands the needs of families with disabled children and activities which are fun, therapeutic and give a sense of achievement and well-being.

An award for everyone who is working on food in the city – the butchers, the bakers, the policy makers

Tonight aboard the SS Great Britain in Bristol, at an event bringing together people from across the UK and Europe, Brighton & Hove will receive an award for the city's work on food. Only a handful of places will receive the independently-judged Sustainable Food Cities Award and we have come out on top.

For many of us, our experience of seaweed is the scraggly strands washed up on the beach. However, seaweed is fast being touted as a possible solution to some of the issues we are facing regarding food security and pressures on agricultural production. So might it be time to look to the seas, ecosystems and resource that lie beneath?