TDC’s Dementia Friendly Guide Launched

Thursday 25th September saw the culmination of a year’s project, when the Trust for Developing Communities launched its new toolkit guide for community groups and voluntary organisations who want to become more Dementia Friendly. The project was commissioned by Brighton & Hove Council and the Clinical Commissioning Group and involved people with dementia and memory … Read more

Sunflower Support Group

The Sunflower Support Group for parents and carers of children with support needs. MEET… 9am, every second Thursday 14th Aug PICNIC, 11th Sep, 9th Oct, 13th Nov, 11th Dec Island Community Room, Moulsecoomb Primary School The Highway, Moulse…coomb Brighton, BN2 4PA The group are also having a picnic and play get together on Thursday 14th … Read more

Steve Andrews on Radio Sussex

BBC Radio Sussex 21st July – listen again! If you missed the special afternoon show on Monday 21st July, you can still catch up on BBC iPlayer to hear the discussion and interviews talking about loneliness and isolation, which featured a live broadcast from St. John’s Day Centre in Hove. Don’t miss the interview with … Read more

TDC appoint Linda Saltwell as new Chief Executive

“We are pleased to announce that as from the 1st June 2014, our newly appointed Trust for Developing Communities Chief Executive will be Linda Saltwell. Linda will initially be taking some time to induct into this new role and the staff and trustees wish her all the best.” Robert Brown MBE, TDC Chair of Trustees

The Big Dish Out 2014

The TDC’s Community Workers with Young People have been working furiously over the last few months, supporting a group of local teenagers from Moulsecoomb, Bevendean and Coldean to plan the Big Dish Out 2014.  The group, aged from 14 to 19, have been guided through the process of setting up a participatory commissioning process for … Read more

Dementia Awareness Event

 Joanna Hill and Sue Sayers are leading on a Clinical Commissioning Group funded project to help the Community & Voluntary Sector become more Dementia friendly. Thursday 27th March saw representatives from community groups and voluntary organisations with an interest in this topic come together at a participatory event. After a selection of speakers and an … Read more

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