Our communities in Brighton and Hove have done some amazing things to support each other through this extremely challenging year of the Covid-19 pandemic. To showcase some of their amazing achievements TDC has made a series of films with Big Egg Films to investigate how our communities have responded to the ongoing challenges of Covid-19 and lockdown.
A second series of films looks at the ways the organisations who form the Inclusive Communities Partnership have been able to offer support to the marginalised groups who have felt the most acute effects of the poverty and isolation caused by lockdown.
The individual films have been shared on social media over the last month, but if you didn't catch them there, here are the full versions.
Inclusive Communities Partnership
We'd like to give a huge thank you to all the Community Groups who took part in the films. Kate Knight from Mouslecoomb Community Market, Sue Sayers from Ageing Well, Ahmad Yabroudi from Sussex Syrian Support Group, Helen Jones from The Bevy, Dave Clarke from ADHD Aware, Jane Brown from Pankhurst Pantry and Josephina from Healing with Music.
Another massive thank you to all the members of The Inclusive Communities Partnership, Mandy Crandale from Possability People, Michelle Gavin from Friends, Families and Travellers, Arran Evans from Sussex Interpreting Services, Claire Johnson from The Hangleton and Knoll Project, Sally Polanski from Amaze, The Parent Carers' Council, Sarah Pickard from Speak Out, Tom Lambert from The Carers' Center, Jacob Bayliss from LGBT Switchboard and Terry Adams, Kirsty Walker, Kate Barker and Kalishia Davey from TDC.
And huge thanks also to Big Egg Films who worked with us on this project.