Council announces increase in youth services spend

Brighton & Hove City Council has pledged an additional £90,000 investment in youth services in the coming financial year under proposals agreed last Thursday. TDC will be one of a collective of local youth work providers who are expected to receive extra funds to deliver programmes of youth work across the city. With youth services funding subject to drastic shrinkage across … Read more

Thriving, not (just) surviving – Community Works Equality Symposium

Equality Symposium Brighton 2018 Community Development TDC

On Thursday 22nd February, TDC hosted a number of workshops at the Community Works 2018 Equality Symposium “Thriving, not (just) surviving” – which this year focused on hardships as experienced by members of the local BAME & D/deaf communities. TDC Community Development Worker Terry Adams arranged for two women from BAME backgrounds to attend the … Read more

Brighton & Hove Small Groups Network

Small Groups Network Community Development Brighton

The Brighton & Hove Small Groups Network aims to bring together community groups from across Brighton and Hove to give them the help and support they need to run their group. The network meets regularly in different neighbourhoods across the city and is the place for members of small groups to meet other people doing … Read more

TDC – Our highlights of 2017

Healthy Neighbourhood Funding Brighton & Hove

What a year for TDC! It’s been a busy time, full of exciting activity in the neighbourhoods we work with and across the city. We’ve had a chance to work with lots of new people as well as with many of our long-term partners and collaborators. We asked our staff for their highlights of the … 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

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