TDC Supports Unity Statement

    Brighton and Hove Stands Up to Racism! TDC has joined dozens of other organisations to sign Brighton & Hove Stands Up To Racism‘s Unity Statement in support of their stance against racism.  The group was set up following the reported increase in racially motivated attacks after the Brexit vote, when a number of … Read more…

Youth in Action Awards 2017

We’re very proud to be co-sponsoring the much-loved Argus Youth in Action Awards this year – an annual opportunity to give recognition to truly inspirational young people in Sussex. In collaboration with the British Airways i360, we are sponsoring the “Star of the Year” award. This will go to a young person who has been acknowledged for … Read more…

Cutting youth services now will cost the city more in the future

For every £1 we spend on youth work in the city, TDC, as part of the Youth Collective, calculate a saving to Brighton and Hove Council of £5.56 further down the line. Young kids who are being bullied; struggling with eating disorders; battling mental health issues; suffering abuse at home; dropping out of school; thinking about … Read more…

TDC’s Sector Star winners!

Each year, Community Works celebrates community groups and voluntary organisations in Brighton & Hove with their annual Sector Star Awards. The awards are a way of recognising and thanking individuals and organisations for all their dedication, hard work and enthusiasm. We are very proud to let you know that two members of the TDC team … Read more…

Black History Month: Family Fun Day – Terry Adams TDC’s BME Community Development Worker

Black History Month: Family Fun Day For the past 30 years in the UK, October has been designated Black History Month (BHM). This has traditionally     been a time in which people of black African and Caribbean heritage stage events and hold activities highlighting the historical, cultural and social contributions made by black people to the … Read more…

EAT WELL, KEEP WELL – Sue Sayers, TDC Senior Community and Participation Worker

The Pavilion Surgery, based at Old Steine, held a free drop-in healthy eating event on Wednesday 19th October at Dorset   Gardens Methodist Church (off St James’ Street, Kemp Town) organised by their Patient Participation Group. With information and advice from fully-qualified nutritionists on diet and weight management, there was also a cookery demo by The … Read more…