Monthly Archives: June 2014

East Brighton Communities First Funding

Communities First Funding is available to groups in the East Brighton ward. You can apply for £250-2,500. The total amount given will be around £16,000. The fund is aiming to: ▪  Support local projects that improve the quality of life

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East Brighton Trust grants available

East Brighton Trust are a Community Interest Company based in Moulsecoomb who since 2008, have given out over £284,000 helping fund everything from school minibuses to local festivals, OAP trips, gardening groups, children’s playgroups and sports clubs. If you are involved

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Online survey for groups on impact of welfare reform

Brighton and Hove City Council has commissioned the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion (CESI) to review the impacts of welfare reform on Brighton and Hove. Community Works has a place on the steering group for this research. They are

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FREE training: Supervising volunteers with disabilities and additional support needs

Better Futures, an accessible volunteering project with Brighton and Hove Impetus have an upcoming free training workshop on: Supervising Volunteers with Disabilities and Additional Support Needs Date: Thursday, 26 June 2014 from 10:00 to 16:30 Venue: Space for Change, 14

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Age UK briefing: Tuesday 17th June, 10am – 12noon

Are older people part of your client group?  You can  increase your confidence and knowledge around older people’s issues by joining the experts, Age UK, for a morning briefing at Whitehawk Inn. This session is for community gatekeepers, volunteers and

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Free professional photographs of your group in action

Syd Shelton is an appointed photographer for the One Planet City sustainability initiative. In association with this initiative he is producing one of 10 photographic exhibitions to be displayed in the City – his particular theme is Culture and Community.

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