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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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HK Hedgehogs' mission is to protect and encourage hedgehogs in Hangleton & Knoll. As part of the national 'Hedgehog Street' project, we aim to bring together the community to link and manage gardens and green spaces for the benefit of hedgehogs and other wildlife. We also provide awareness-raising events and activities throughout the year for local residents and schools, and assist with hedgehog research and studies.
Promotes a healthy and social lifestyle to the community through the practice and competition of table tennis for all ages, genders and abilities.
We offer a range of activities for all ages. Two community rooms available to hire. Wheelchair accessible. Fully equipped kitchen. Hollingdean Development Trust is responsible for managing the building.
Hollingdean Development Trust are a group of volunteers who manage the Hollingdean Community Centre, they also support a number of groups develop various projects to improve life and wellbeing in the BN1 7 area.
We publish a bimonthly newsletter in Hollingdean to share information about local and citywide activities. Our ethos is to break down social isolation and build a sense of community by bringing together news on local events and groups.
We provide a free universal service to vulnerable families with young children.Volunteers support parents who are typically isolated, lacking support networks, have low self-esteem, experiencing deprivation, DA, depression, bereavement or disability.
Home-Start East Sussex has supported vulnerable families for over 20 years, by working directly in family homes, running support groups and delivering in-depth group support and training with individuals in need.