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Member Directory

Our directory lists details of the range of services and activities provided by our 615+ members, all of which are voluntary or community organisations based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing.

You can search the directory using an organisation’s name, or search by area, type of service, or client group. This directory can be updated, so if you spot any errors, get in touch with us on or 01273 234023, and we’ll do our best to update it.

If you’re a member you can check or change the details we hold on your organisation.

If you’re from a voluntary or community organisation based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing, you can apply to join us as a member. There are lots of benefits to being a member, including discounted and prioritised access to our services. Once your application has been approved your details will also appear in this directory.


Hangleton and Knoll 50+ Steering Group

The Hangleton and Knoll 50+ Steering group is very active locally and made up of residents committed to supporting groups and activities meeting the needs of older people.

Hangleton and Knoll Multi-cultural Womens Group

Promoting the wellbeing of families especially those from black and minority ethnic backgrounds living in Hangleton and Knoll through arranging activities for women living locally, linking with local and city wide service providers and groups.

Hangleton and Knoll Project

Community Development Work, youth work (e.g. weekly street work, sexual health clinic, community projects, holiday activities), the operation of the Hangleton and Knoll Information Technology (HaKIT) programme providing free and low cost IT training.

Hangleton and West Blatchington Foodbank

The Hangleton and West Blatchington Foodbank aims to provide food to individuals and families living in the Hangleton area who find themselves in crisis or urgent situations

Hangleton Community Association

Hangleton Community Centre provides community facilities and meeting space for a wide range of groups and individuals. Local residents, community, statutory and business organisations all provide activities to improve the wellbeing of local people.

Hanover Action

We aim to promote sustainable food growing and offer a friendly welcoming community. We run a weekly garden day and put on free growing related events.
•Hanover10:10 spreads involvement in the national 10:10 campaign at the local community level. Working with residents and businesses to reduce our collective carbon footprint, collaborating with BPEC, Brighton10:10 and The Green Building Partnership.
•Film group- show socially-relevant and community-oriented films around the theme of sustainability. After screening we invite everyone to join in with an informal discussion and social. We run on a donations basis.
•Food waste collective- establish links between food wasters and needy food reciepients. We are starting regular food bank events for groups that work for social benefit. Reducing food waste and taking care of our planet.
•Keep sussex Frack free – we support actions, campaigns and community education to support a fracking free sussex
•Streets are for sharing-we aim to shift from car dominated street mentalities to a mentality where our streets can be seen as a space for sharing a wider range of activities - children's play, conversation, community events and art.

Hanover and Elm Grove Communities Forum

The Hanover and Elm Grove Forum is a group of community organisations and charities and residents in the area working to improve our neighbourhood

Hanover Community Association

The Hanover Community Association is a local charity for the benefit of the Hanover neighbourhood. We run the Hanover Centre, providing meeting spaces for classes, groups and organisations. We support the Hanover Day street festival. We run the famous annual Hanover Beer Festival. We are managed by local people and we are financially independent. We've been working for Hanover for over 30 years now.