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Member Directory

Our directory lists details of the wide range of services and activities provided by our 450 member organisations, all of which are community-led groups or organisations. You can search our directory by area, type of service, client group or by name.

Our directory is automatically updated. If you spot any errors get in touch with us by emailing, info@bhcommunityworks.org.uk or calling 01273 234023.

If you are a member and want to check or change your details with us go to  www.bhcommunityworks.org.uk/update-member-details

If you are a community-led group or organisation and would like to join us as a member, and have your details appear in our directory, go to www.bhcommunityworks.org.uk/members/join-us

 

We Are FoodPioneers CIC

A neighbourhood based non-profit food enterprise working with local, regional, national partners to build community through shared food experiences. We also run Last Fisherman Standing, an HL Funded project celebrating Worthing's fishing heritage

Welfare Rights Group (BUCFP)

Drop-in and telephone advice and information on benefits, money and debt for people on low incomes or benefits.

Wellbeing Services, Brighton Housing Trust

BHT provides counselling and other therapeutic support for women experiencing emotional distress and mental ill health who live in Brighton and Hove and the surrounding area. In addition, we offer crèche facilities to mothers using our services.

West Hove Forum

A forum meeting bi-monthly, comprising representatives of the diverse community in the Clarendon and Portland Rd area of Hove. The Forum is seeking a mandate to develop a neighbourhood strategy centred on regeneration.

Westdene and Withdean Local Action Team

A voluntary organisation aiming to improve the safety, health and environment of local residents.

Where Do I Belong? (Help for Veterans and their Families)

We are committed to reducing homelessness and mental health (PTSD) for veterans and recognising diversity, addressing social exclusion and promoting more effective and responsible public services for veterans and their families.

Where Two Rivers Meet

Where Two Rivers Meet offers innovative workshops connecting people with the best in themselves, their communities and the natural world. We work with those who experiencing multiple barriers to learning, work and well-being.

Whitehawk After School Project (WASP)

Core activities include an affordable Ofsted-registered after school and holiday club, youth club, inclusive outreach play, opportunities and family fun days. Service support children, young people and families from the Whitehawk and Manor Farm Estates.