Ageing Well in Woodingdean

As part of this year’s Ageing Well Festival (formerly known as the Brighton & Hove Older People’s Festival) we held a special event at Woodingdean Community Centre – this offered local people the chance to meet like-minded people, enjoy some refreshments together and to learn about what’s on in Woodingdean. Here’s what Sue Sayers, our … Read more

The Curiosity Club comes to Brighton

The Trust for Developing Communities, along with Brighton’s ONCA and MakerClub are delighted to have been awarded support by Curiosity (co-funded by Children In Need and Wellcome Trust) to run Curiosity Club, a three year science engagement project with young people in East Brighton, starting in autumn 2019.  TDC Director Athol Halle says, “The aim … Read more

East Brighton CCG event

TDC is commissioned by the Clinical Commissioning Group to conduct health consultations with the BME communities in Brighton with the aim to gather feedback about using health services in Brighton. On the 25th of September our TDC BME Engagement Worker Sayanti organised a health consultation for East Brighton residents held at the Whitehawk Inn. The … Read more

Green Spaces Survey in Moulsecoomb & Bevendean

Over the summer we’ve been asking residents of Moulsecoomb and Bevendean about green and open spaces in the area. Working together with Local Wild Spaces, a collaboration of local outdoor community groups, we asked residents about their favourite open and green spaces, how they access them and what they thought needed improving. The purpose was … Read more

We are seeking a new Chair of Trustees

We are seeking an experienced Chair to lead our Board of Trustees as we deliver community-led solutions to tackling inequality.  At TDC  we deliver grassroots community development work across the city of Brighton and Hove. Last year we supported over 6,000 local people across 250 community groups and provided over 67,000 hours of volunteering support. … Read more

Community Takeover of the Phoenix Gallery

Phoenix Gallery Brighton

Emma Reeves, TDC’s community development worker for Tarner has been working with local people and organisations to support a community takeover of Brighton’s Phoenix Gallery this autumn.  From Saturday 21st September, the gallery will become a dedicated space for Phoenix community projects to be created, showcased and celebrated. A pop-up photographic studio will occupy the … Read more

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