Community Building Information and Networking Event – registration open!

Community Buildings Network Brighton & Hove

The Community Buildings Network is a group which brings together people who manage community buildings across the city.

TDC has been working with the Community Buildings Network for the past few years and helping support over 150 community groups to find funding and run their buildings smoothly. Thanks to a grant earlier this year from the Brighton & Hove City Council Communities Fund we have been working hard to help future-proof community buildings across the City by offering supportive health checks for Network members. These have involved reviewing strengths and weaknesses, identifying priorities and developing mini-action plans.

We are holding an event in November to give Community Building Network members the chance to network and get support in managing their buildings. The event is free and we’ll even be putting on lunch, but advance registration is essential so we know how many of you to expect. 

Please find details below and a link to book your space:  

Community Building Information and Networking Event

For managers and supporters of Brighton and Hove community buildings

Thursday 15th November

10.00 – 2.30 pm with lunch

Conference Room, Community Base, Brighton

·        Learn how to recruit and keep trustees, committee members and volunteers

·        Make sure your building is Dementia friendly

·        Save lots of time with our quick overview of essential policies for community buildings

·        Network with others managing community buildings and the CBN committee

·        Share your issues and get advice

·        Please see draft programme below

Join us for all or part of this informative and informal day. We know you are busy people so we’ve packed the day with lots of useful ideas to support you in managing your community building. We’re even providing lunch.

Book your place here

For more information please contact [email protected].


Community Buildings Network programme

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