Community cookery courses help ensure everyone can experience the benefits of cooking and eating together, regardless of finance, confidence or ability.
Volunteer with Brighton & Hove Food Partnership
Volunteers are essential to our work and ensuring that participants in our projects and activities have a great experience.
Community cookery courses
These courses improve cooking skills and confidence for people who are isolated, vulnerable, suffering from a health condition or struggling on a low-income.
Our story – the Community Kitchen
The Community Kitchen was built in spring 2018 after a successful crowdfund campaign, and runs on a social enterprise model.
Dementia friendly food project
We offer cookery and gardening activities for people with dementia and their carers. The activities aim to increase confidence, physical activity and improve well-being.