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Osteoporosis affects more than 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men. We campaign to make people aware of their bone health, and support, advise and inform affected people.
To help improve the lives via action of older persons in Brighton and Hove - agreeing with NPC UK's current manifesto on pensions, care and allied areas: particularly for the 1.6 million poorest pensioners.
A service provided by Impetus, the NCS is a good neighbour scheme supporting older people and adults with physical disabilities by recruiting local volunteers to help them in a variety of ways. We currently work in 10 neighbourhoods.
Provides high quality affordable early years child care for children from 2 to school age
New Note Orchestra is a unique project , assisting people in recovery from alcohol and addiction issues. It offers a structured musical programme, creating a supportive community to help participants stay clean and sober.
No Holds Barred is trying to make activities and communities physically, emotionally and practically accessible. From this point hoping that a network will be created that many people will feel they are able to make a difference.
Promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of the North Laine area of Brighton by associating the local authorities, voluntary organisations and inhabitants in a common effort to improve the conditions of life for the said inhabitants.
We are a group of adults and children who run a large plot at the Mile Oak allotments. We work there as often as we can and plant, weed and harvest, have picnics and share friendship and knowledge. We teach the children a lot about plants and creatures.