News & COVID 19

Our newest partnership is with the NHS and The East & Central Brighton PCN Social Prescribing Team; we are working together to provide support and care, doing what we do best: making our fresh healthy nutritious meals for those being discharged from hospital, using the healing power of good food to assist them with their recovery from hospital treatment.

Free Cookery classes and Lunch Clubs coming soon…watch this space, we have lots more exciting news on it’s way…

If you need help with food or energy costs call the BHCC Emergency Hub on: 01273 293117

A very big thank you to all the wonderful people who have helped and supported our work and helped turn us into a multi award winning community project. EBFC have been awarded a Gold Covid-19 Community Champion Award and Brighton & Hove buses have awarded 2 of our members, Sue & Bryan top spots on the Number 1 bus route in recognition of their contribution to their community. They have 1 bus each, look out for them!


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.


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East Brighton Food CIC
Account Number: 38650998
Sort Code: 23 05 80


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ECO NEWS

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

savewhitehawkhill.org.uk

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 in 2019 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