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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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Osteoporosis affects more than 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men. We campaign to make people aware of their bone health, and support, advise and inform affected people.
To help improve the lives via action of older persons in Brighton and Hove - agreeing with NPC UK's current manifesto on pensions, care and allied areas: particularly for the 1.6 million poorest pensioners.
FTM Brighton is a group for transgender men, genderqueer people and those questioning their gender identity. We provide a social space, support, sexual health advice and coordinate local campaigns relevant to FTM trans people.
A service provided by Impetus, the NCS is a good neighbour scheme supporting older people and adults with physical disabilities by recruiting local volunteers to help them in a variety of ways. We currently work in 10 neighbourhoods.
Provides high quality affordable early years child care for children from 2 to school age
New Note Orchestra is a unique project , assisting people in recovery from alcohol and addiction issues. It offers a structured musical programme, creating a supportive community to help participants stay clean and sober.
No Holds Barred is trying to make activities and communities physically, emotionally and practically accessible. From this point hoping that a network will be created that many people will feel they are able to make a difference.
We look to improve the green space for the benefit of all the local residents.