Do you have any unwanted kitchen appliances you want to donate? Or perhaps you are looking to find some cheap devices to redesign and stock your kitchen?

From food processors, pots, pans to cutlery, salt and pepper grinders will all be available at the mega ‘Kitchen Swish’ on Saturday 17 Feb, 1pm – 4pm, at Brighton Unitarian Church.

‘Swishing’ is a new way of recycling, reusing and raising funds for charities, allowing people to donate items, and select from other’s donations to give the appliance a new lease of life and home.

The concept behind the event to help raise the final £20,000 needed for the Food Partnership’s Kit Out The Kitchen to see the Partnership’s vision of a Community Kitchen for Brighton & Hove realised. The organisation has had this dream for 10 years after teaching cookery in venues typically not designed for the purpose.

It will be a cookery school to inspire local people to cook for health, fun and new friendships, and helping to inspire the new generation with a passion for healthy food. There will also be subsidised courses, including Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food programme, offering food courses from local chefs and experts.

The event is free, with refreshments on offer and a tombola to add a village fair atmosphere to the event.

Find out more on Kit Out The Kitchen , Brighton & Hove Food Partnership and how to donate online here.

Event: Saturday 17 Feb, 1pm-4pm

Where: Brighton Unitarian Church, New Road, BN1 1UF