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Posted February 19, 2020
The Real Junk Food Project is a shining example of why a local food project is about much more than just food.
Find out more about a proposed eco-building at Stanmer Wellbeing Gardens and input your ideas through an online survey.
Posted February 13, 2020
A monthly breakfast club, which for many is the only chance they get to regularly socialise with other veterans.
Posted February 5, 2020
HISBE is set to open a new store in Worthing, after proving its success as an alternative model supermarket.
Neil Smith Gold Food Grants are open - community food projects can apply for up to £850 to work with children, families & young people.
Give your feedback on the city's new draft Planning Advice Note on food growing and development.
Posted January 31, 2020
Grow an extra row of veg in your allotment for the Real Junk Food Project to use in their pay-as-you-feel cafes across the city.
A visit from Letchworth Garden City demonstrated the thriving and collaborative community food scene here in Brighton & Hove.
Posted January 8, 2020
Shirley Wells receives our first Food Hero award of 2020 for her dedication and enthusiasm volunteering at the Community Kitchen.