Brighton has it’s own version of the successful Casserole Club which has taken off internationally. It connects people who like to cook and are happy to share an extra portion of a delicous home-cooked meal with older neighbours living close by who could really do with a meal and a friendly chat. You may want to be a ‘cook’ or a ‘diner’. Whichever way if you would like more information or would like to register please contact Togetherco
It’s worth knowing about the Brighton and Hove Food Partnership and all the amazing things they offer, both in person and online. Whether you want help with cooking on a budget or a crash course in fancy pastry making they are brilliant at covering all bases. Check them out at:
Brighton and Hove Food Partnership
We know how important nutrition is but so is hydration. Do you drink enough water? Most of us don’t, and as we get older we get worse. Somehow when it’s cold outside the prompt to reach for a glass of water seems even further from our mind. Those of us living with dementia, diabetes and kidney conditions are most at risk of dehydration but as a general rule we should all be drinking six to eight glasses of fluid each day so it’s a good idea to make sure you’ve always got a glass of water in front of you. If you do find drinking that much tricky then squash, fruit teas and even soup are all good ways to keep hydrated. The experts say the key is to starting drinking water when we get up in the morning and continue regularly throughout the day. Cheers!