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Posted September 1, 2021
The community art project “Call & Response” at St Augustine’s Centre has been raising money for the Brighton and Hove Food Partnership.
Posted June 17, 2021
We spoke to some of the families who received our weekly recipe kits about the difference they made during a tough year.
Posted June 16, 2021
Read about seven new local affordable food initiatives bringing good quality food to local residents.
Posted February 10, 2021
Volunteer Joel reflects on BrightStore, a new social supermarket offering affordable shopping to local residents in Hove.
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 August 5, 2020
We are distributing 1,200 recipe kits to help families in Brighton and Hove during the school holidays.
Posted April 30, 2020
A guest blog by Simeon Elliott, voluntary administrative assistant at the Vale Community Centre Food Bank.
Posted March 23, 2020
We wanted to update you about what food is available to pupils that would usually receive Free School Meals.