Community Takeover of the Phoenix Gallery

Phoenix Gallery Brighton

Emma Reeves, TDC’s community development worker for Tarner has been working with local people and organisations to support a community takeover of Brighton’s Phoenix Gallery this autumn.  From Saturday 21st September, the gallery will become a dedicated space for Phoenix community projects to be created, showcased and celebrated. A pop-up photographic studio will occupy the … Read more

Community learning event at Moulsecoomb Hall

On 21st March 2019 at Moulsecoomb Hall TDC brought together Varndean college, Fabrica, The Workers Educational Association (WEA), the Friends Centre with a number of local community groups to offer tasters and information on community learning available in Moulsecoomb & Bevendean. Many of these providers had been operating from The Bridge before it closed and this … Read more

Digital Inclusion Network Showcase at Brighton Library

Digital Inclusion Network Brighton & Hove

By Cal Chester, Community Development Support Worker.  Digital Brighton and Hove recently hosted a showcase event at Jubilee Library exploring what is available in Brighton and Hove to support people in later life to get online. The event was attended by service providers, users, and volunteers from across the city. This was an initiative of … Read more

Pizza Making at the Bevy – Older People’s Festival comes to Moulsecoomb

By Anke Thurm, Community Development worker for Moulsecoomb, Bevendean & Bates Estate.On Monday 1st October, we were thrilled to support an event at Brighton’s Community Pub, The Bevy, for the Brighton & Hove Older People’s Festival.The lovely bunch at the 50+ ‘Bridge the Gap’ lunch club (which meets every Monday from 12-2 at The Bevy … Read more

Moulsecoomb & Bevendean Neighbourhood Action Plan (NAP)

Moulsecoomb and Bevendean Neighbourhood Action Plan

Moulsecoomb & Bevendean launched its Neighbourhood Action Plan on 8th August with community members from across the ward joining councillors and services to hear about their local priorities. There are three key themes in the NAP – ·       Community Spaces, Safety & Environment ·       Health & wellbeing ·       Activity, Learning & Employment This launch meeting looked at the first … Read more

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