I like running and biscuits. The more I run, the more biscuits I can eat.
A return to Brighton Community Kitchen where Jo was waiting to greet us with buckets of hot water, mops, squeegys and j cloths. Michelle, Rosemary, Pippa, Roy and myself set about cleaning windows, removing stickers, mopping the facia and clearing out the door way and as Jo said maybe removed six months worth of dirt and pigeon poo ready for their reopening next week. Another worthwhile evening and always a pleasure at the community kitchen who perform such an amazing job educating, teaching & helping with all things foodie to all members of the community whatever their situation.
Oh how we love Brighton Table Tennis Club! The following from their website tells you what you need to know, and they also operate as a food hub and work with The Real Junk Food Project as well! We'll be helping them clean window and the outside of the club.
Mission To inspire everyone to be a champion, instil a lifelong love for table tennis and a positive sense of community within all our players
Vision An integrated community where people from all backgrounds play table tennis together while breaking down barriers and prejudice
Values Community Respect Solidarity Competition