REBOOT Newsletter

The REBOOT early intervention project for 11-17 year olds, launched in Sussex in Spring 2019 thanks to support from the Sussex PCC. REBOOT is a personalised, one-to-one package offering support to vulnerable young people to prevent them being exploited into criminal behaviour. We are working alongside three other partner organisations (YMCA DLG, AudioActive and the … Read more

Join us at our AGM this February

Please join us at our AGM on Thursday 20th February from 6pm at Brighthelm Community Centre. You will have the chance to learn about TDC’s work across Brighton & Hove and to get involved in shaping our plans for the future. For information prior to the AGM, please refer to our 2018/19 accounts →  Refreshments … Read more

All aboard the Santa Bus

  This year, TDC is honoured to have been chosen by Brighton & Hove Buses as one of the official Santa Bus charities. Since November, the Santa Bus has been travelling to different neighbourhoods in the city bringing festive joy and fundraising for Martletts Hospice and 10 other local charities:  The MND Association provides care, support and … Read more

Our team highlights 2019

It’s been a busy year at TDC, with so much activity within the communities we work with and lots of new projects to get stuck into. We asked our team for their highlights of the year and this is what they said… Then, after you’ve heard from our team, please scroll to the bottom of … Read more

Stories of our MESH service users

This year, TDC partnered with Friends Centre and Voices in Exile to deliver the Migrant ESOL Support Hub (known as MESH) – a service supporting migrants, refugees and asylum seekers. The programme involves working with people one-to-one, focusing on access to ESOL learning plus signposting and referral to other support services and volunteer opportunities across … Read more

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

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