Bristol estate EMERGENCY food
Due to the easing of Government lockdown restrictions, we have phased down services at the Bristol Estate Emergency Food Hub which now hosts a food project called Flavour (this project is supported by Feedback/FareShare/Brighton & Hove Food Partnership) and will be at the hub until Feb 2021. You can read more about the project here
This decision has been made in the knowledge that a wide support network is now available to support our residents and that in the event of Tier 3 restrictions, we will reopen services at Bristol Estate too - updates will be posted on the website, social media and in the Due East newsletter.
BHCC Central Community Hub is the central contact point for all services including food referrals, benefits, shopping, prescriptions, housing, energy advice, health, wellbeing, and befriending services.
You can request help online.
EMAIL : new.brighton-hove.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19/request-help
OR If you can’t get online
CALL: 01273 293117
Additional services that cover Whitehawk, Bristol Estate and Manor Farm are listed below
City services that cover Whitehawk, Bristol Estate & Manor FarM
Whitehawk Food Bank
Providing emergency food parcels on a referral only basis:
Referrals through the BHCC Central Hub - brighton-hove.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19/request-help-yourself-or-someone-else 01273 293117.
Collections on Wednesday 10am-2pm @ Valley Social Centre, Whitehawk Way, BN2 5HE
Whitehawk Food Bank arel operating a small delivery service for those that are self-isolating or have issues with mobility – please contact them if you have this requirement.
- These deliveries are also occurring on a Wednesday afternoon.
or call the mobile number 07941 397648
East Brighton Food Coop
Serve freshly cooked meals delivered daily Monday to Friday from 1.30pm – a triple meal is delivered on Friday to cover Saturday & Sunday, from Robert Lodge, BN2 5FG.
No referral needed.
Food orders : 01273 675 741
call: 01273 885068
Brighton Table Tennis Club
COLLECTION SERVICE. The Parish Hall of the St John the Baptist’s Church, 2 Bristol Rd, Kemptown, Brighton BN2 1AP.
Open Tuesday and Thursday 12.30 – 4.30.
Hot meals made by the Real Junk Food Project will be available to take away on Thursdays.
Call: 01273 670145
The Vale Community Centre Food Bank at the Edge – DELIVERY*.
Can provide help with shopping if you can’t leave home. The Edge Community Centre, BN2 9AD. Covers Monument View, Craven Vale and Bakers Bottom and the Pankhurst Estate. Contact: email@example.com
Woodingdean Community Food Hub – DELIVERY*.
Holy Cross Church, Woodingdean. Emergency food parcels for people in the Woodingdean area. Call LDSF on 01273 293 117 for referral.
provide food during school holidays for families who are eligible for free school meals. They are looking at options for how this can be provided during Half term holidays and beyond.
Keep an eye on their social media for updates or email firstname.lastname@example.org. for more information
Real Junk Food Project – Pay as you feel &just bring your own bag – 13 Leybourne Parade, Lower Bevendean, times vary see facebook page for up to date details - https://www.facebook.com/realjunkfoodbrighton/
Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project -Ready made vegan meals
cooked by volunteer chefs for collection on Wednesday & Fridays 12.30-1.30pm,
£1 per meal to cover packaging costs. Surplus fruit, veg and bread given out for free during these hours.
Call 01273 601 211 for more information and about their other services
Fresh Veg and local produced delivered : https://bhfood.org.uk/how-to-hub/local-veg-box-schemes-and-farmers-markets/
BHCC Community Hub Helpline
The centralised B&H support point for all services including food bank referrals, benefits, shopping, prescriptions, housing, energy advice, health, wellbeing and befriending services. The Community Hub is operating Monday to Friday 10am to 4.30pm. If you need urgent support outside of these times please call the Community Hub helpline on 01273 293 117. Your call will be directed to the Adult Social Care out of hours service, who may be able to offer advice or support which cannot wait until the next working day.
Go to: new.brighton-hove.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19/request-help
If you can’t get online, you can call: 01273 293117
Adult Social Care
If you feel you need support with your own or someone else’s care, due to illness, disability, or age, Access Point is the main point of contact for Adult Social Care.
Tel: 01273 29 55 55
One to one support services
Individuals over 50 or those with a limiting condition can access information, advice and direct support such as weekly telephone befriending, food or activity packs delivered or support to attend existing activity and groups through ageingwellbh.org
However, if you have safeguarding concerns about an individual's welfare you can report this directly to: AccessPoint@brighton-hove.gov.uk 01273 29 55 55
Younger people who may benefit from befriending can go direct to: togetherco.org.uk/what-we-do/befriending
Migrant ESOL support Hub
Recent immigrants/ refugees can access support from the migrant ESOL support worker email@example.com 07367 360 134
The Inclusive Communities Partnership
Trust for Developing Communities leads an engagement partnership of 11 organisations that work together at city and neighbourhood level to increase inclusion and diversity in community action:
Some of these have their own helplines:
– possabilitypeople.org.uk - help & advice for disabled communities
– amazesussex.org.uk - help & advice for families of children with special needs
- thecarerscentre.org - help & advice for carers
- bhspeakout.org.uk - help & advice for adults with learning disabilities
– switchboard.org.uk - help & advice for LGBTQI communities
Trusted Shopping Services
Service offered: For people over 50 and their carers. Availability: Mon-Fri, 9.00am-5.00pm Tel: 01903 731 800
Brighton & Hove Mutual Aid :
Help with online access to services, food shopping and delivery, medication collection, dog-walking and telephone support. You can request help or offer to help others. For safety and security shopping will be left on your doorstep. Payment by your chosen method will be taken after delivery. Never hand over money in advance.
Community Transport Food Delivery Service :
For anyone who is self-isolating and cannot easily access food and provisions (not just elderly or disabled people). They work with a local independent grocer to provide fresh food and other essentials.
Ellis 07548 226452
Daniel 07739 953600
Morrison’s Doorstep Delivery:
Morrison’s have set up an Emergency Contact Centre for the most vulnerable and elderly who cannot shop online. It is called Morrison’s doorstep Delivery. It will operate 8am- 4pm. The order will then be delivered the next day. The telephone number is 03456116111 press option 5. Payment can be made over the phone or contactless.