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Our directory lists details of the range of services and activities provided by our 560+ members, all of which are voluntary or community organisations based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing.
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We run a not for profit dance class for people with Parkinsons in Dorset Gardens Methodist Church, Brighton
To help and educate young people through their leisure time activities so as to develop their physical, mental and spiritual capacities so that they grow as individuals and their conditions of life may be improved.
The Dialogue Society is a registered charity with the aim of advancing social cohesion by connecting communities, empowering people to engage and contributing to the development of ideas on dialogue and community building.
Schools-based counselling service in 53 of the City's schools accessible by Reception through to Y13. Community based counselling service for 13-25 year olds. Online counselling for 13-25 year olds. Family support services attached to Longhill and Patcham High Schools.
Different Noise CIC is working alongside children & young people across Sussex, to promote their voices on matters affecting their wellbeing, opportunities and lives; and delivering training and consultancy around engaging and involving young people.
Disability Pride Brighton was set up to hold an annual celebratory event for and of all disabled people as well as their families and carers. We raise disability discrimination of both visible and invisible disabilities.
Ditchling Museum offers people of all ages and abilities the opprotunity to access its collection through workshops and participatory outreach project led by professional artists. Activities aim to encourage creativity and to develop practical skills.
Activities of the Association: to seek to improve conditions for residents, to represent and promote the interests of all tenants and residents in the area, to work for improvements to homes, services and local environment, to work in partnership with other agencies to achieve the aims of the Association.