Animal agriculture, especially the massive impact of beef on our climate. I was surprised that there was nearly no action taken by policy makers or a substantial political campaign to raise awareness. I had to do something! felt helpless and realised I didn’t know how to talk about it without becoming too excited or angry.. I had to find ways to share these facts and feelings but especially finding way…s to do it without being too dry and didactic.
This brought me to question if Art can actually affect change in our behavior and habits.
So what do you think?
I invite you to come and share this mix bag of live performance, music, illustrations, interviews, unexpected interventions (that’s for your Foz) and a quiz with a PRIZE!
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Brighton & Hove Libraries come to Hollingdean!
Join us on Thursday 1st August for the launch of our new pop up library at Hollingdean Community Centre.
The pop up library will be available for the community to use when the community centre is staffed, and includes books for both adults and children to borrow, free Internet and wifi. A free drop-in event, for the whole family!
Thursday 1st August 2019, 11:00am
Hollingdean Community Centre,
Thompson Road, BN1 7BH
Space Chase, 2019 Summer Reading Challenge, for 5-11 years
Mini challenge for Under 5s to get involved in
‘Pay as you feel’ lunch by The Real Junk Food Project
Free University Brighton will be there to talk about their aim to create alternative education accessible to all, regardless of income!
For more information contact Céza:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 07366605790
It’s nearly our first Cooking on a Budget taster session 🙂 Join us while we cook and eat a feast, and see what our Cooking on a Budget courses are going to be like. It’s a drop in so you can just turn up. Bring family, friends and an appetite.
Source: theworldfoodproject | COOKING ON A BUDGET
If you live in or around Hollingdean you can learn to cook good food on a budget. The World Food Project is running two free courses with space for up to
Source: Learn to cook on a budget – Hollingdean News
We need your help to complete this short survey (approx. 5mins of your time):
Hollingdean Community Kitchen survey
Hollingdean Community Centre, Thompson Road welcomes all sorts of local people, 7 days a week. It has a lovely hall and a good size kitchen and some outside play space. The kitchen is very well use…
Source: Eating Well in Hollingdean | Hollingdean Development Trust
We are happy to share with you Amelia’s story on her recent visit to Palestine. As some of you will know Amelia is one of the amazing people who volunteer every week at our the Hollingbean Café, which is made possible by the fantastic Real Junk Food Project Brighton. If you’d like to volunteer and find out more about volunteering at the Hollingbean Café pop in every Thursday Hollingdean Community Centre or contact us via our website.
Continue reading to find out more about Amelia’s experience in Palestine – the link below will take you to her blog, for the full story. Enjoy!
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In October 2018 I had the opportunity to join a group of internationals on a build, harvesting and learning camp in Palestine organised by ICAHD (the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions) and Torat Tzedek, an Israeli NGO run by Rabbi Arik Ascherman. The group was made up of people from the UK, Germany, Italy, Finland, Australia and the USA. We spent four days helping to build a community centre in the village of Bardala, in the north of the Jordan Valley; three days in Awarta, near Nablus, helping with the olive harvest and staying with a wonderful and hospitable family. The last very intensive four days were based in Bethlehem, with trips to Ramallah, Jerusalem, Hebron, the Negev, Tel Aviv and Jaffa.
Source: PALESTINE OCTOBER 2018 CAMP – Site Title
Karen at Friday Fitness
Do you want to be fitter and healthier? The community run Friday Fitness – Hollingdean class might be for you. Karen says: “5 years ago I had high blood sugar levels and a 50% chance of becoming diabetic. Since joining this class and walking regularly my levels are normal and I feel much better.”
Why not try this friendly fitness class and see if you can improve your health? We all know regular activity is good for you but motivating yourself can be hard. You can go at your own pace and the group welcomes anyone – even if you can only manage doing some of the exercises in a chair. Fridays 9.30-10.30 Hollingdean Community Centre.