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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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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.
Friends of the Pepperpot are a group of local volunteers who aim to work with Brighton and Hove City Council and other relevant bodies, in order to preserve the building and find a lasting solution for its future.
Our purpose is to promote, enhance and conserve the wellbeing of the Three Cornered Copse. The group works with the Park Ranger to ensure the area is a safe and pleasant space for all.
The Friends of Vale Park group is a recently-formed community organisation in south Portslade, keen to improve and use the park for the benefit of the local neighbourhood and residents.
We are a friends group, established in 2015 by local residents. Our aim is to raise funds and awareness for Victoria Park, Portslade to make it a better place for the community to enjoy.
We aim to promote and protect this precious green space (AKA 'The Patch'), off Brighton's Lewes Road, for the benefit of the local community and for wildlife. We organise events and activities such as PatchFest and Spring in the Patch, Outdoor cinema and Saturday drop-in yoga. We work with Cityparks to improve the park for users, neighbours and for wildlife.
Bringing the full potential and benefits of sustainability to all those who want to strengthen their responses into the community, into the economy and into the environment.