Come out to play or just have a cup of tea! WHEN? 2018 dates: March 5th April 30th July 2nd Sept 3rd October 31st Halloween Party 4pm til 6pm WHERE? On the street outside 101 to 121 Stanmer Park Road Read more
Hollingdean News is OUT NOW! Issue: Spring 2018 (March/April/May) HDNews Spring 2018
Release Counselling and Therapy for Women is running from 26th February- 30 April 2018 in Brighton. Release is a registered Community Interest Company, launched in 2013 to provide low-cost, easy-accessible counselling for women in Brighton and the surrounding areas. Mummyshock, is a 10-week group for new mums and their babies. The group aims to help Read more
Hollingdean Development Trust (HDT) is holding its AGM on 6 December 6:30pm As well as being responsible for the management of the community centre, HDT manages and distributes small grants to local groups. In partnership with the local community development worker they support residents to come up with and manage projects to improve the area. Read more
If your son or daughter needs a lot more help than other children the same age they may be entitled to Disability Living Allowance (DLA). But it’s hard to claim successfully without good advice. Amaze is running a workshop, led by Lizzie Batten, which will help you identify whether your son or daughter is likely to Read more
A free 2 hour workshop exploring the benefits that getting outside has on mental health and wellbeing, including a free lunch at the gardens after!
Saturday 20 May 2017 2:30pm Brian Foster Environment Centre, Dorothy Stringer School, Stringer Way (off Surrenden Road), BN1 6PZ Come and find out about what the FHBW group do and how you can get involved. Plus a Guest speaker – Dr Chris Sandom from Sussex University – talking about Rewilding Sussex & beyond what it is and Read more
Friday 2nd December 2016 11am – 3pm at St Richards Church Hall, Beale Crescent BN1 7BU. Tombola, community mosaic, mulled wine and mince pies, soup & roll. Come and find out about a new social group for people with dementia, their families and carers. There will be a talk about the social group (1pm) and Read more