Coffee and Croissant with Colleagues – Hub Networking Sessions

Community Development Brighton Networking events

Are you a service provider in any of the following wards? ·        Moulsecoomb and Bevendean ·        East Brighton ·        Hangleton and Knoll ·        Hanover and Elm Grove If so, come and join us along with others for your local hub networking sessions in your ward. These sessions are a partnership between Community Works, Trust for Developing Communities, Brighton and … Read more

Coriander Club Visit for the Moulsecoomb Bangladeshi Women’s Group

Moulsecoomb Bangladeshi WOmen's Group Community Development Brighton TDC

With funding from East Brighton Trust, the Moulsecoomb Bangladeshi Women’s Group (BWG) went on an educational and intergenerational trip with 25 people, 12 children and 13 adults, to the Coriander Club at Spitalfields City Farm. This was followed by a buffet lunch and a visit to East London Mosque in Tower Hamlets – one of … Read more

Tarner Festival 2018

Tarner Festival 2018 TDC Community Development Brighton

Once again the locals put on a fantastic, family-friendly community event in Tarner Park this weekend as Tarner World Festival 2018 took place. This year, Tarner Community Project partnered with Audio Active and South East Dance to provide a range of entertainment, suitable for all ages and made accessible to the D/deaf community through BSL … Read more

BevFest 2018

Bevfest 2018 Bevendean Community Development Brighton TDC

Bevendean’s community festival BevFest took place this year on Saturday 7th July.  The Friends of BevFest committee worked for months to bring together musical acts, food and drink stalls and the local community groups and services to create a truly wonderful family and community festival on the Playing Field in Lower Bevendean. Despite the hot … Read more

Moulsecoomb and Bevendean Community Connections

Moulsecoomb and Bevendean Neighbourhood action plan

On Wednesday 8th November, TDC hosted a Community Connections event at Moulsecoomb Hall where local people were invited along to talk to various organisations about the future of Moulsecoomb, Bevendean and Bates Estate. Different zones were set up to encourage local residents to connect with local services as well as getting involved and having their … Read more

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