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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.
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Warmdene PPG is located in a large out of town heavily populated both- well off and lower income families in an area consisting of housing and industrial estates containing large shipping outlets. Travelling relies on public transport for the less well-off patients. The surgery has some 6,000 patients.
We offer individual and group music therapy to any individual with additional needs. We are a team of 5 qualified, registered music therapists who work across west sussex and fundraise to make therapy accessible to all
A neighbourhood based non-profit food enterprise working with local, regional, national partners to build community through shared food experiences. We also run Last Fisherman Standing, an HL Funded project celebrating Worthing's fishing heritage
Provide oversight of the running of the allotment site for the benefit of our plot holders
Drop-in and telephone advice and information on benefits, money and debt for people on low incomes or benefits.
We are a newly established Community Interest Company set up to provide primary health care and social prescribing to the communities in East Brighton.
A forum meeting bi-monthly, comprising representatives of the diverse community in the Clarendon and Portland Rd area of Hove. The Forum is seeking a mandate to develop a neighbourhood strategy centred on regeneration.
We help parent carers of children and young people aged 0-25 with additional needs and disabilities to improve and make positive changes to the lives of their families and others. We do this by providing information, support and training.