One church, an old church building converted into a community centre, on the edge of Brighton’s bohemian North Laine. This is where it all began for The Real Junk Food Project Brighton.
We’ve been serving up lunches here since February 2015 and have grown it from humble beginnings into a community get-together of epic proportions. Regulars queue down the street as we accommodate for up to 200 people within a half-hour window.
You’ll find it next to the old Astoria bingo hall, just over the road from St Peter’s Church, or by typing the address into google maps. One Church Gloucester place BN1 4AA.
HOLLINGDEAN COMMUNITY CENTRE – THURSDAY’S FROM 12.30PM
Thursday’s we are in Hollingdean, a suburban wedge between Lewes Road and Ditching Road. A more subdued affair when compared to One Church, but what it lacks in numbers it makes up in community feel. Regular customers and loyal volunteers make this a truly special day.
You’ll find it on Thompson Road, a surprisingly quick walk from Moulscoomb train station and Brighton University.
Hollingdean Community Centre, Thompson road. BN1 7BH
ST LUKE’S CHURCH, 64 OLD SHOREHAM ROAD – MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY FROM 12pm
It’s only a 2 minute walk from Seven Dials, 10 from Brighton Station, and just up the hill from Preston Circus. 64 Old Shoreham, on the corner of Stanford. BN1 5DD.