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Posted February 23, 2021
Community gardener Caroline Whiteman writes about the dementia gardening visits that have paired volunteers with local residents to cultivate gardens as well as friendships.
Posted December 11, 2020
Community gardener Caroline reflects on the meaning and impact of food growing during a pandemic.
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.
Posted July 24, 2019
We are seeking nominations for the Board of Directors, the body that governs our work.
Food Partnership intern Jessy reflects on her experience of spending the day volunteering with FareShare Sussex.
Posted April 30, 2019
Joan tells how she lost weight, gained friends and now volunteers at the Community Kitchen once a month since taking part in a cookery course.
Posted April 23, 2019
Volunteering for members of the Surplus Food Network has many benefits, find out more and learn how to get involved.
Posted January 9, 2019
One of our longest-standing volunteers, Dave Bebb, has been been named as Brighton & Hove Food Partnership's first Food Hero of 2019.
Posted December 18, 2018
The number of volunteer hours spent at Saunders Park Edible Garden has incredibly just reached over 1,000 hours. I noticed this whilst updating records of...