17 Feb 2018
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
No longer fond of your fondue? Fed up with your forks? Then we’ve got a date for your ‘colander’ – our Kitchen Swish*!
We’re collecting unwanted items from the kitchens of Brighton & Hove, to find them a new home and a chance to be used again. So dig out that breadmaker, pasta machine or casserole dish you haven’t used in ages and share it with us. All types of kitchen kit are welcome – from cutlery and plates to juicers and slow cookers.
Please donate your unwanted kitchen items in advance. Or just pop along on the day and see what’s on offer. It’s the perfect start to a new year’s decluttering, or a chance to kit out your kitchen on a budget.
All items will be available for a suggested donation to raise funds for Brighton & Hove Food Partnership’s Community Kitchen, a new venue in the heart of the city where everyone can cook, learn and enjoy food together.
When & where: Saturday 17 February, 1-4pm at Brighton Unitarian Church on New Road, BN1 1UF. FREE ENTRY. Check out the our event on Facebook and invite friends to join in.
*What’s a ‘swish’? It’s more common with clothes, but ‘swishing’ has become a popular way to recycle, reuse and raise funds for charities. People donate items they no longer use and are able to select from other people’s donations to take home.
No need to book a space to attend, just pop along on the day and see what’s on offer. Arrive early for the best selection of items!
If you would like to make a donation, we need these to be dropped off in advance at our offices at the Brighthelm Centre on North Road. We’re usually available during normal office hours and could offer some evening drop-offs during the week before the event. To arrange to drop-off your donation, call 01273 431700 or email email@example.com. We welcome donations of good quality kitchen equipment, please no chipped, broken, bent, or stained items. We will be PAT-testing any electricals.
Brighton Unitarian ChurchNew RoadBrightonUnited Kingdom
Brighton Unitarian Church, New Road, Brighton, United Kingdom