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Posted October 21, 2020
Halloween might be a bit different this year, so we’ve got a couple of fun kids baking activities to try this half term at home.
Posted October 13, 2020
Families and people who are disabled or with long-term health conditions are more likely to be in food poverty, according to our new research.
Posted October 8, 2020
We're pleased to be working with a number of initiatives across the city to bring more affordable food to residents, including the new Moulescoomb Community Market.
Posted October 5, 2020
Malnutrition week 2020 is an important time to raise awareness of the risks of malnutrition for older adults in our community.
Posted September 23, 2020
New developments in Brighton and Hove could include food growing spaces for residents. A new Planning Advice Note aimed at developers, designers, architects and planning...
Posted September 9, 2020
Vic Borrill and Alex Ward explore local and national examples of how high profile figures in sport, and associated networks, can influence important changes in...
Posted August 31, 2020
Alex Ward looks at some examples from the Healthy Choice Catering Scheme for local food businesses.
Posted August 5, 2020
We are distributing 1,200 recipe kits to help families in Brighton and Hove during the school holidays.
Posted July 30, 2020
Over the last few weeks, we have been enormously grateful for the donations of money, time, vehicles, food (and egg boxes) that have been given...