C-ODE Course

Community Development C-ODE Course

Congratulations to the thirteen learners who received their Level 2 and 3 accredited certificates for the Working in C-ODE course in April. Woking in C -ODE is our shorthand for a year long course, about Working in Community Organisations, Development and Engagement. It grew out of the WICO (Working in Community Organisation Course) that TDC … Read more

Pictures from A Way A Day

A Way A Day TDC Community Development Brighton

On Wednesday 18th April TDC celebrated A Way A Day – a multicultural health and wellbeing event which was open to Brighton & Hove residents from minority ethnic backgrounds. This was a free and open event, designed to be celebratory, informative and engaging. The family friendly event was held at the BMECP with activities, board games, music, … Read more

East Brighton Community Grants Drop-in

On Tuesday 24th April TDC attended a Community Grants drop-in hosted by East Brighton Trust at Brighton’s community pub The Bevy. Aimed at local people wanting to make a positive difference in their community, the event offered free advice and support with a variety of organisations in attendance. Attendees had the opportunity to talk to … Read more

Yoga for Teenagers

Yoga for Teenagers is an exciting new project to introduce yoga to young people in Brighton. An initiative of our youth team, the group will be promoting the benefits of yoga–the physical benefits of increasing strength, flexibility and balance but more importantly the other benefits to well-being such as helping to manage anxiety, stress, giving better sleep, … Read more

Brighton Digital Festival researching how digital culture impacts young people

Young people taking part in research at the Brighton Digital Festival

By Terry Adams, TDC Community Development Worker with BME Communities.  Earlier this year TDC worked with Brighton Digital Festival (BDF) to explore notions of how the digital world deals with identity and representation. The Brighton Digital Festival (BDF) is an annual month-long programme of events that explore digital culture and celebrate Brighton’s creativity. BDF seeks to … Read more

One step closer – a Dementia-Friendly workshop for Hangleton & Knoll

The Dementia Action Alliance came to the Hangleton & Knoll project

Hangleton and Knoll moved one step closer to becoming a Dementia Friendly Neighbourhood last Wednesday 29th November. Clare Hopkins, Community Development Worker with Older People, and our partners at the Hangleton and Knoll project, organised and hosted a Dementia workshop day at St Richard’s Community centre. Over 20 people took part in a Dementia Friends … Read more

Moulsecoomb and Bevendean Community Connections

Moulsecoomb and Bevendean Neighbourhood action plan

On Wednesday 8th November, TDC hosted a Community Connections event at Moulsecoomb Hall where local people were invited along to talk to various organisations about the future of Moulsecoomb, Bevendean and Bates Estate. Different zones were set up to encourage local residents to connect with local services as well as getting involved and having their … Read more

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