The Fitzherbert Community Hub is now OPEN
Keep up to date on the Fitzherbert Community Hub project, fundraising news, information about what’s on at the Hub and the latest from our partners here.
The Fitzherbert blog
Thursday 26 January is the formal launch of the Fitzherbert Community Hub. Since the informal community welcome day in November, it is already full of life and purpose. Find out more.
Watch our latest video to see how the FCH project partners plan to deliver on their mission to reduce food poverty and isolation in the community.
Thanks to everyone who joined us for our Community day and shared the excitement of finally opening the doors of the Fitzherbert Community Hub.
What’s on at the FCH Hub
Food at the Fitzherbert Community Hub
The Fitzherbert Community Hub doors are now open!
The Real Junk Food Project Brighton’s Community Cafe is now open at St John the Baptist parish hall.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
Join us for a delicious lunch made from food that would otherwise go to landfill on a ‘pay as you feel’ basis.
Foodbank opening times:
Now located in the Presbytery (access from the front door)
BTTC at the Fitzherbert Community Hub
The cafe has become a perfect base for welcoming new players and visitors to the Brighton Table Tennis Club and sharing social time with them before and after our sessions.
We have exciting plans for children to come to use the FCH and this will start with school holiday activities for them this month.
Watch this space!
Find support services in Brighton & Hove
You can find more information about the Emergency Food Network in Brighton & Hove here.
You can also find more information here on where you can access free or ‘pay as you feel’ food and essential items on a daily basis across Brighton and Hove.
Thanks for donations
Our thanks go to the Brighton & Hove Food Partnership, FareShare Sussex, Sussex Gleaning Network, The Real Junk Food Project Brighton, Brighton Food Factory, Brighton & Hove City Council, the SVP Our Lady of Lourdes, Rottingdean and the Albert Gubay Foundation for food donations.
If you have any questions about the food at the Fitzherbert Community Hub or you’d like to make a donation, you can get in touch with us here.
Find out more about volunteering at FCH
The Fitzherbert Community Hub is now open and we rely on local volunteers to make the project a success. You will be welcome whatever your background and can decide how much time you give. We provide the training.