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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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Formed in 2004, our aim is to improve the physical environment of the Square and surrounding area, to work with similar groups to improve social and community awareness.
We organise Bevfest, a one-day festival in Bevendean with more events planned though the year. We aim to combat isolation in Bevendean, improve our community's wellbeing and encourage participation in sporting and creative activities.
Liaises with the Council to enhance and develop the park. Raises funds to do this by social events and subscriptions. Produces quarterly newsletters. Does planting, combats graffiti and vandalism as well as many community events.
Provide additional equipment and services for patients in hospitals and community healthcare facilities in Brighton and Hove and Newhaven.
We help maintain, and promote, Brighton Greenway for the benefit of all and to protect this urban Local Wildlife Site and site of industrial heritage.
We are a Residents Association for all those who live in Brunswick Square and Brunswick Terrace. We work to maintain and improve the local environment and amenities and represent the views of residents.
FFG was formed by Bevendean residents dismayed at the decline of the FarmGreen Playground. With no funds/help from Council, we're fundraising to improve the playground/green space to make it more inclusive for our entire community.
Throughout the year a working party of local volunteers meets most Saturday and Tuesday afternoons to carry out light conservation work which includes wildflower management, invasive plant removal,tree coppicing, research of families buried there.