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Our directory lists details of the range of services and activities provided by our 550+ members, all of which are voluntary or community organisations based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing.
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Our aims are to empower women and promote independance in a safe, women only space. We provide counselling open access drop ins, holistic therapies, volunteer training, self development courses and ofsted registered preschool.
Brighton Women's Voices is an independent and non-hierarchical network of women’s organisations,organisations working with women, women’s groups and individual self-identifying women.
We provide a mechanism for women across the city to find out how to access services, join local organisations and set up new ones, find and promote events and activities for women, build campaigns and share ideas and issues.
We also provide a platform for women to influence the public authorities in how they meet women’s needs and promote women’s equality.
Providing supported housing for vulnerable single homeless men and women.
Brighton Yoga Festival aims to spread the physical & mental benefits of yoga through an annual free Festival, year-round educational activities and giving grants to yoga-related projects in the city
Provision of quality activities and services to young people. Hire of meeting rooms and other facilities to community and other groups.
We host micro-funding events for community projects where the public vote to decide which project gets the ticket money. A fun way of getting local people supporting community projects with food, refreshments and musical entertainment.
Aims to help people in crisis by providing a range of services, including loan of wheelchairs and other medical equipment, domiciliary care, transport and escort. Also provides first aid training and first aid cover at public events.
Now approaching its 34th year (2015), Brunswick Festival is one of Brighton & Hove's longest running community festivals. The festival is organised by a group of volunteers and local residents living in Brunswick Town, Hove and reflects the diversity of the community living there.
Over two weekends in August the festival presents a programme of free and fun activities for local people, their families and friends, including 'Rural day and Scruffs Dog Show' in St. Ann's Well Gardens and 'Festival Music Weekend' in Brunswick Square.