With energy bills expected to rise by at least £139 per household now is the time to consider switching supplier.

See the full BBC report here:  BBC News

There are a number of advice hubs in the city offering face-to-face advice and/or phone advise.  These including Money Advice Plus, The Whitehawk Inn and the Citizens Advice Bureau.

Alternatively, see links below for a selection of companies offering advice about switching suppliers and reducing your energy bills:


 Provide advice on benefits, money saving, switching energy suppliers etc


Advice on choosing the right energy supplier


Latest advice about energy bill increase and how to switch suppliers


Compare and switch your supplier


Compare and switch your energy supplier


Advice on energy saving, switching suppliers etc

Coronavirus (Covid-19): Latest information and advice

England has now moved to step 4 of the roadmap

Coronavirus is still a serious health risk.

This means that everyone should be cautious while managing the risks to help protect yourself and others.

The case numbers in Brighton & Hove are still very high.  As such the government expects and recommends that you also:

  • wear face coverings when in enclosed spaces such as public transport
  • meet outside where possible, or let fresh air in when you are inside
  • keep your social contacts to a minimum

Brighton & Hove City Council’s website contains all the latest information for residents in the city.

For general help and advice visit: 

If you need emergency help with food, energy bills and other essentials visit and select: COMMUNITY HUB HELPLINE from the list on the left side of the page. 

Alternatively you can call the Community Hub on:  01273 293117 Monday to Friday 10.00am to 4.30pm

Further advice and help can be found below:


 Seaside Homes Managing Agent and your first point of contact.  Latest Coronavirus advice for Brighton & Hove residents


Latest UK Government Coronavirus advice


NHS 111 Coronavirus health information and advice

Universal Credit – Coronavirus & claiming benefits

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Brighton & Hove Food Partnership information regarding Food Banks


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Find out all the latest news from Seaside Homes and our community of tenants. If you have any news or details of a story you would like to inform us about then please get in touch with us.

Looking for Volunteers

Do you have some time to spare and a desire to be more involved in your local community? Hangleton and West Blatchington Food Bank opened it doors in December 2014 and serves people at crisis point, emergency foods parcels in Hove and Hangleton. They are currently looking for Volunteers on Wednesdays (10.30am to 2.15pm) to help in…

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Seagulls Summer Squad

Brighton and Hove Food Partnership have teamed up with Albion in the Community to bring families a fantastic summer programme. Join together with family and friends to learn about eating well, trying new foods and how to make healthy choices. At Seagulls Summer Squad everyone will be keeping active by playing lots of fun games.…

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Summer Fun 2017

With the school summer holidays just around the corner, Brighton & Hove City Council have just launched their annual Summer Fun Guide for 2017. The guide is packed with information about events, activities and holiday clubs across the city, designed to keep children and families happy and healthy throughout the summer season.  From library reading schemes to sports…

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Fire Safety Information

Following the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower in London, we understand that you may be concerned about your block and want to keep you informed about the Council’s actions. Those Seaside tenants living in high rise blocks will, along with all other residents, have already received a fire safety update from Brighton & Hove City…

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Healthy Start Vouchers

Don’t miss out on Healthy Start vouchers and vitamins Government vouchers worth over £900 per child to support families are unclaimed in the city!  Brighton and Hove Food Partnership, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust and Brighton and Hove City Council’s Children’s Centres have launched a campaign to increase uptake. You qualify for Healthy Start if…

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Shape Up – healthy lifestyle programme

Shape Up is a FREE, 10-week group programme for adults combining nutrition and behaviour change advice with exercise for gradual weight loss and a healthier lifestyle. Nutritionists and dietitians will guide and help you to eat a balanced diet, take control of your portion sizes, learn to read labels and develop healthier habits. Friendly and…

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Free Swimming for under 16s

With the school holidays upon us, why not take advantage of this great offer Brighton & Hove Council fund free swimming in the city for all children aged 16 and under. Where can they swim? Children can swim for free at the King Alfred Leisure Centre, Prince Regent Swimming Complex and the St Luke’s Community Swimming…

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