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Brighton and Hove Food Partnership

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Eat local
Farm, a shop and cafe where you can buy and eat local produce, can be found at 99 North Road in the North Laine. Why not stop in and check it out?

To find out more and keep in touch with Harvest, you can find us at www.harvest-bh.org.uk or become a fan of Harvest on Facebook.

Harvest is a city-wide project, delivered by a wide range of partners and led by Brighton & Hove Food Partnership and Food Matters. The Food Partnership is a membership organisation, and membership is free to anyone who lives or works in Brighton & Hove. For benefits of membership and to join go to: www.bhfood.org.uk.

Related link
"Can we eat well and save the planet?" - report on the debate in Brighton, chaired by Caroline Lucas MEP, and information on the work of Brighton & Hove Food Partnership.

Are you involved in a food growing project that is struggling to get going? Maybe you have a particular problem area that you need some help with, or you could use some advice about what to plant when? Harvest can help! We will be running a mentoring programme where experienced growers will be matched up with new food projects to provide advice and support. Read more about the


Learning Revolutionaries


If you’re a keen home gardener (no matter how large or small your garden) or a bit of a composting whiz and you’d like to help others get started then please contact the Harvest team on 01273 431718 or email harvestbhfood.org.uk.




This page was last updated by Ted on 01-Aug-2015
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