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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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Friends of Hollingbury and Burstead Woods volunteers meet once a month to help maintain and improve local woodland. We pick up litter, plant native trees and flowers, clear pathways and promote public access to the woods. See our website or email us for more information.
Friends of Homefield Park is a local community group dedicated to the upkeep and regeneration of Homefield Park, Worthing. We aim to maintain and improve the facilities of our park by representing the interests of all who use it.
Provides continued therapy following stroke in a social club setting. A mini-bus and driver can be hired subject to availability.
Residents Association for the Palmeira and Adelaide area of Central Hove with Brunswick Town, established in 1997. Catchment of 500 residential addresses. All aspects of community interest.
A voluntary 'Friends' group who provide an information hub for those interested in Preston Park. We work with Council staff to help promote, conserve and enhance the park. We organise and deliver park-related events.
The protection and improvement of the park environment (including wildlife, infrastructure, heritage landscape, historic buildings and facilities) for the people who use it.
To encourage community participation in all aspects of the park.
We aim to promote the preservation, restoration, and improvement of St Anns Well Gardens for the education and benefit of the public, by associating the local authority and local community in a common effort to provide facilities in the interest of social welfare for recreation and leisure time occuation with the object of improving the lives of local inhabitants.
Stoneham Park features a children's playground, sporting facilities and the community-run Hive Café and Community Centre. This provides the local area with an important community resource.