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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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LifeLines is an exciting local volunteer-led project which aims to improve the health and well being of isolated and vulnerable older people living in East Brighton. Anyone aged 50 or over can volunteer or take part in our free activities which range from art classes to Tai Chi. Our oldest volunteer is 92!
Volunteers run group based activities that help people get more out of life. The activities are introduced and developed by the volunteers themselves and are things they feel passionate about. Volunteers also support people on a 1-1 basis with computer lessons or getting out to activities.
We provide a free service to Brighton and Hove residents with mental health support needs. we offer opportunities to learn new skills whilst building self confidence and self-esteem to support wellbeing and recovery. We offer a range of creative activities including woodwork, metalwork as well as arts and crafts design and production. workshops.
The Link Up Project supports children and young people who attend mainstream education and are on the special needs register, and their families. We run activities for the members and are a parent-led organisation.
Support services for young people and families (mainly in the Wealden area). Partnership working/multi agency hub.
Livestock is an arts production company working with the community, especially families. Its chief project is Mothers Uncovered, a creative support network for mothers. Our discussion and art workshops lead to performances and exhibitions.
Joint work between police and other service providers, Councillors, residents and traders to tackle socio-environmental issues in the London Road area.
We work to enhance the environment at London Road Station with and for the local community, primarily through small community gardens for edible and ornamental growing, and community composting.
We provide regular free outings & activities for families who have a young person or child with a Visual Impairment. For more information please visit our website www.looksussex.org.uk or email: Tara.firstname.lastname@example.org