Due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, many local meal providers are offering new takeaway and delivery options. We’re working to keep this page updated as these services develop.
Free or low cost meals
The Real Junk Food Project are providing a take-out meal service as follows:
– St Luke’s Church, 64 Old Shoreham Road, Brighton BN1 5DD, Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 12:00-13:45
– Hollingdean Community Centre, Thompson Road, Brighton BN1 7BH, Thursdays, 12:30-13:45
More information on their website.
The Bevy are making Bevy Bites food deliveries on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at £5 for a two course, healthy meal – delivering to residents of Moulsecoomb & Bevendean as far as Coombe Road and Coldean. If you know someone who would like a meal delivered please ring the Bevy on 01273 281009. If the cost is an issue, please still ring. They’re also working with others across Moulsecoomb & Bevendean and Brighton more widely to get meals out to those that can’t afford it. More information on their website.
Chomp provide food during school holidays for families who are eligible for free school meals. They are looking at options for how this can be provided during Easter holidays and beyond. Keep an eye on their social media for updates or email email@example.com.
East Brighton Food Coop are serving a hot lunch delivered every day from the Bristol Estate Community Hall, between 12pm – 3pm for local residents. Suggested donation £2. Self referral. Ring 01273 675 741 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SoulSoup are running food deliveries in Lewes & Brighton on a suggested donation basis, offering healthy, prepared soups and/or fresh produce bags. More information on their website.
For those who have been using meal services for the homeless community, we know some of these services have already closed, at the moment Sussex Homeless Support are still offering a socially distanced street meal and St Mungo’s are coordinating services for this community (Tel: 0300 500 0914).
Meals to buy (including Meals on Wheels service)
A local caterer now providing home-made fresh and frozen meals using local and ethically sourced ingredients, for anyone that is self-isolating, working from home, or struggling to get food. Please see their website for their weekly changing menu and to order, free delivery within Brighton. They are donating 10% of food to Sussex Homeless Support.
A local Meals on Wheels company that use locally sourced produce and cater for special dietary needs. They can also deliver milk, papers, bread and other essentials.
A local Meals on Wheels service offering a daily hot lunchtime meal, along with teatime snacks (e.g. sandwiches, cakes). They are also able to deliver basic groceries (milk, bread, biscuits and toilet roll).
A nursery meals provider now also providing hot meal delivery for vulnerable and isolated people as well as deliveries of fresh produce and other supplies. Please see their Facebook page for further information and to contact them via Messenger or email email@example.com
Many restaurants and cafes have set up a new delivery and takeaway service. Please see the listings on the Restaurants Brighton website. Or have a look at the most popular delivery services: Deliveroo, Dinner2Go, JustEat and UberEats.
A local street food trader offering Roast in a Box every Sunday. Orders must be in before 6pm on Saturday for the Sunday delivery. This is a no contact delivery service. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and visit their social media sites for the menu.