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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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To carry out countryside tasks related to nature conservation and improving public access, usually under professional guidance. The work involves various activities, including scrub clearance, path maintenance, woodland management, etc.
A network of dancers, choreographers, teachers, creative producers supporting weekly classes, workshops, sharing events, discussion platforms and opportunities to connect face-to-face, facilitating and expanding the contemporary dance scene in Brighton
Brighton Dogwatch aim to help dogs and their guardians primarily in the Brighton and Hove area but also across Sussex and further afield where no viable alternative options are available.
A registered Charity and producer for the Brighton Festival - now the largest international Arts Festival in England. Since the late 1990s we have also been running the 3 arts venues at the Brighton Dome. We are keen to hear from prospective volunteers.
BFC is an all-gender activist, discussion and social group. BFC organises the annual 'Reclaim the Night' event in Brighton in November.
Brighton Gay Men's Chorus is a space where people can celebrate music, celebrate their sexuality, enjoy the fellowship of other like-minded people and contribute to the local communities which we are part of.
The Chorus is a registered charity with three guiding principles, our 'three S's': Singing, the celebration of life and music through male voice harmonies; Socialising, using this activity to develop social bonds that help people to feel connected with a sometimes lonely world; and Support, to be there for each other - both collectively and individually - when the chips are down, and to be there for the communities in which the chorus operates, too.
Membership is open to anyone who self-identifies as a gay or gay-friendly man, and currently has around 85 members.
Provides a network of housing related services through a number of interlinked projects. These include a registered housing association, a day centre for homeless and inadequately housed people and a housing and legal advice centre.
Project for women drug users and their children, including: groups, key working, recreational activities, open access, drop ins, sex work outreach (tel 675526), creche, and service for 8-16 year olds affected by familial drug use.