Our local partners doing their bit

Please support our club partners, who are at the heart of the local community.

By Paul Camillin • 23 March 2020

A number or our club partners are local businesses at the heart of our community. They employ local people, and rely on local customers. We are seeing so many of them step during this crisis and today we are featuring what five partners are doing to help in the current crisis.

Sun Harvest

Our valued East Stand lounge sponsors Sun Harvest are a fresh food wholesaler based in Brighton – usually supplying businesses such as restaurants, hotels and cafes. They have diversified and are now offering direct, no-contact home deliveries of fresh fruit, vegetables, pasta and sauces.

Established for over 20 years, Sun Harvest have a track record for providing excellent quality fruit, vegetables and other essentials. They focus on providing their customers with an exceptional personal service. Located in the heart of Brighton, they are helping supply those most in need with what they require in Sussex and beyond.

To view Sun Harvest's product list click here.

Please email for more information on what might be available via this service (if you are an NHS worker or self-isolating, please mention this in the subject line and they will prioritise your order). Minimum orders of £25 and delivery charges applicable outside Brighton and Hove. 

Network My Club

Network My Club run our successful Network Albion business-to-business programme, and they are using modern technology and work-from-home techniques to help businesses stay connected, by moving their normal business networking events online.

Through regular structured meetups hosted by the Network My Club team, companies from across the South and London are meeting to talk about their businesses, who they’re looking to meet, challenges they are facing and to learn from others. To find out more about how the meet-ups work and to register your interest please click here.


italk are helping Albion fans connect with loved ones throughout the coronavirus crisis by offering their Unlimited Fibre Broadband package at less than half the regular price for the first three months of contract. If you wish to switch provider, and support one of local partners, please click here.

A local Sussex business, based in Hove, italk rate as excellent on the customer service website Trust Pilot, and their aim is to get the UK talking by providing unlimited broadband and line rental packages at great prices with no hidden fees. Never has that been more important than now.

Harvey’s Brewery

Harvey’s have diversified to provide take-outs and deliveries of Harvey’s beers, and home-cooked pub grub, from their pubs across Sussex. While one pub in Lewes is even opening a community hub and supporting local businesses hit by the pandemic by selling much-needed local produce.

For a full list of what each Harvey’s pub in Sussex is doing, click here.

While we know Harvey’s is a real fan favourite on matchday, they are also currently offering a 10% discount for online orders, with free local delivery to anyone within a BN postcode Monday to Friday. To order via their website click here.

Harvey’s flagship ale is their Best Bitter, which is drunk in vast quantities every home match at the Amex; a blend of four local hops, water filtered through the Sussex Downs over 30 years, and Harvey's unique 60-year old yeast strain, Harvey's Best Bitter is the embodiment of Sussex.

Piglets Pantry

Piglets now have their online shop up and running and are taking orders for their various delicious pies, sausage rolls and cup cakes, as well as SOS survival packs for NHS workers and those self-isolating.

Piglets are also supporting various local homeless projects as they have no food, and are helping those self-isolating to get delivery of the food they need. From this week they are also putting together emergency supply parcels online to help support NHS workers.

Albion fans can order here and should use the code m3dn45qh for a 10% discount.