Summer Holiday Programme for Moulsecoomb, Bevendean and Coldean out now!

Brighton summer holiday activities

The summer holidays are approaching fast and our Summer Holiday Activity Programme for 11- 16 year olds is out now!  The programmes/booking forms can be collected from the 67 Centre, St Georges Hall or Moulsecoomb Leisure Centre and our youth team are busying trying to try to get them distributed to more pick up points … Read more

Moulsecoomb Sports Festival

Youth sports festival Moulsecoomb TDC Community Development Brighton

By Elle Hartle, Digital Marketing Apprentice. The Youth Sports festival is a yearly sports Festival for young people, the festival is run by The Trust for Developing Communities in partnership with Freedom leisure which is based at Moulsecoomb Leisure Centre. This year the sports festival will be running on the 16th of June from 12:30 … Read more

An update on Yoga for teenagers

By Elle Hartle, Digital Marketing Apprentice.  Yoga for teenagers is a project aimed at young people, run by TDC’s Caroline Vitta. The sessions run every Tuesday at Moulsecoomb Leisure centre 4pm till 5pm. We are currently over half way through the 10 week period having started at the end of April. Yoga is a Hindu … Read more

Great news for the Community Buildings Network

Community Buildings Network Brighton TDC Community Development Brighton

In collaboration with the Community Buildings Network, TDC are delighted to have been awarded a grant from the Council’s Communities Fund to help future-proof community buildings across the City. The Community Buildings Network brings together people who manage community buildings across the city. TDC have been working with the Community Buildings Network for the past … Read more

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

By Ratna Jan Bibi, Community Development Worker, Black & Minority Ethnic Communities (Wellbeing). 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 … Read more

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