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17/09/2021

Local Organic Farm Hero Laines Organic Farm

  My name is Toos Jeuken from Laines Organic Farm At the end of 1978 Toos Jeuken travelled on her bicycle from Holland and began farming here in Cuckfield. Laines Organic Farm grows organic, traditional, seasonal, outdoor fruit and field vegetables for local people and local whole-food shops. The farm is a flourishingly diverse and…

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10/09/2021

Local Organic Farm Hero – Bore Place

  My name is Metske van der Laan, I am a Market Gardener at Bore Place. How long have you been farming here and with organic methods?  I first grew 13 years veg for infinity under the name ‘pannel organic’ had to move to another site and am now supplying Infinith 4 years here from Bore…

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04/09/2021

why organic?

In the face of climate change, diet related ill-health and widespread decline in wildlife, the need to change our food systems has never been greater. Organic September is a month-long campaign to raise awareness of the many benefits of organic food and farming, which include:  Supporting biodiversity and wildlife Helping to combat climate change Reduced…

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03/09/2021

Local Organic Farm Hero Hankham Oragnics

My name is Miles Denyer from Hankham Organics I found a huge derelict nursery at Hankham just north of Eastbourne with a 1.5 acre dilapidated glasshouse back in 2000. It took me a while to find out who owned it because the owners lived abroad at the time. They agreed to a tenancy and I…

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06/08/2021

A Move For Change

Have you noticed more cars on the road since covid-19 with empty bus and train seats being the norm?  With the easing of restrictions some of this has reverted back to pre covid times. However more of us are on the move, be it to get fit or get around (cycling has really taken off!)….

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Covid-19 Info

  Safety for our community is still our priority: – we will continue to encourage our non-exempt customers and staff to wear a face covering. From 19th July, it will be for each individual to use their own judgement on whether or not to wear a face covering whilst shopping at Infinity.  – still making…

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21/07/2021

Celebrating Our Long Standing Members

  Worker co-operatives are like any other business. However, unlike conventional businesses its Members (workers) contribute equitably to and democratically control, the finances and everyday decisions of their co-operative. Members decide how to use surpluses (profits), ensuring their worker co-operative provides the pay and other benefits that members need and want, managing the business to…

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30/06/2021

Celebrating our coop members

  Worker co-operatives are like any other business. However, unlike conventional businesses its Members (workers) contribute equitably to and democratically control, the finances and everyday decisions of their co-operative. Members decide how to use surpluses (profits), ensuring their worker co-operative provides the pay and other benefits that members need and want, managing the business to…

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19/05/2021

Celebrating Our Coop Members

  Worker co-operatives are like any other business. However, unlike conventional businesses its Members (workers) contribute equitably to and democratically control, the finances and everyday decisions of their co-operative. Members decide how to use surpluses (profits), ensuring their worker co-operative provides the pay and other benefits that members need and want, managing the business to…

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13/05/2021

mind care

This year we are supporting Brighton Festival, and in 2021 the theme is care. The theme of the festival is care, and by that, I really mean looking after ourselves and thinking about others. Those two things are so important. Someone said to me the important thing is to ‘take it easy but take it all, and…

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