Brighton Table Tennis Club operates a food distribution service providing a food package for people who are currently struggling as a result of the impact of the pandemic crisis and have been invited or referred to the BTTC Food Hub. The Food Hub is now located in the Parish Hall of the St John the Baptist's Church, 2 Bristol Rd, Kemptown, Brighton BN2 1AP.
From 1st August the Food Hub will be open Tuesday - Friday, 1-4pm for collection only.
Meals cooked by the Real Junk Food Project will be available to take away Wednesday- Friday from the Food Hub.
Thanks to the Brighton & Hove Food Partnership, FareShare Sussex, Sussex Gleaning Network, The Real Junk Food Project Brighton, Brighton Food Factory and Brighton & Hove City Council for food donations.
If you need a food delivery you can request a referral here: https://new.brighton-hove.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19/request-help-yourself-or-someone-else or phone 01273 293 117
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Telephone: 01273 670 145
BTTC’s Mission, Vision and Values
To inspire everyone to be a champion, instil a lifelong love for table tennis and a positive sense of community within all our players
An integrated community where people from all backgrounds play table tennis together while breaking down barriers and prejudice
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