News & COVID 19

We are still cooking and delivering meals, working with our amazing team of volunteers and getting help and support from other community organisations as we all prepare and adapt to the new Covid-19 world we are now living in. Have a look at our Facebook page link below to see our latest news and updates.

Tuesday 24th March 2020!
Bryan helping to garner support and help clean the community center ready to peel spuds for the first delivery of fresh food bought with money kindly donated by EAST BRIGHTON COVID-19 SUPPORT FUND created by The Crew Club to support East Brighton.

You can now DONATE directly to East Brighton Food Co-operative

To contact Whitehawk Food Bank please click below or call: 07941 397648

Register to access government support for the extremely vulnerable here

Click here for Government updates and here for NHS updates

The Acorn Community have a country wide group set up help anyone in need, to sign up as a Brighton volunteer or request help click below

Keep up the advice of 2m Social Distancing and washing hands regularly : )


Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic Brighton Festival is cancelled until further notice.

Brighton Festival 2020 Colour Logo
Outdoor Events Celebrating our Community and Creativity

We are working in partnership with the Brighton Festival this year. Join us in May 2020 on Saturday 16th and 23rd at Our Place, The Manor Sports Club for a wonderful FREE Celebration of Community and Creativity.

For example our famous Smoothie bike will be in operation and our Veg Box scheme will signing people up for deliveries.

Half Term 18th-21st February

The first 3 days of half term we’ll be at The Crew Club with our Apple Press, giving away fresh apple juice using braeburn apples from Graham Love’s local farm.

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A great day of protest and action on January 12th 2020, with East Brighton Food Co-op providing fresh apple juice along with many helpers and great cooks, feeding us all up with hearty hot soups, hot dogs and plenty of warm tea.

Emergency action is needed to save our beautiful Nature Reserve from property developers!

People Power can save Whitehawk Hill for future generations United we stand.

We will be cooking up hot food and pressing fresh apple drinks for all. We look forward to seeing you.

Save Whitehawk Nature Reserve Now

Image of local people from Brighton demonstrating to save Whitehawkhill Nature Reserve

Meanwhile, last summer we were busy making Fruit Smoothies with the help of our Local Kemp Town MP. Lloyd Russell-Moyle.

Cookery classes held by The Causewayed Movement last year created some tasty and healthy biscuits, delicious and nutritious!

4 photgraphs showing a community cookery class in East Brighton
Dunhill Medical Trust Logo. Sponsor

Our pilot project is funded by Nesta and the Dunhill Medical Trust’s Social Movement for Health in addition to Causewayed