TDC Summer Programme

TDC Youth Work Brighton

By Elle Hartle, Digital Marketing Apprentice. Over the summer break lots has been going on across the city in all the organisations which make up the Brighton & Hove Youth Collective. This included a summer programme run by The Trust for Developing Communities. This program gave young people the opportunity to choose any activity that … Read more

Summer Holiday Programme for Moulsecoomb, Bevendean and Coldean out now!

Brighton summer holiday activities

The summer holidays are approaching fast and our Summer Holiday Activity Programme for 11- 16 year olds is out now!  The programmes/booking forms can be collected from the 67 Centre, St Georges Hall or Moulsecoomb Leisure Centre and our youth team are busy trying to try to get them distributed to more pick up points … Read more

Moulsecoomb Sports Festival

Youth sports festival Moulsecoomb TDC Community Development Brighton

By Elle Hartle, Digital Marketing Apprentice. The Youth Sports festival is a yearly sports Festival for young people, the festival is run by The Trust for Developing Communities in partnership with Freedom leisure which is based at Moulsecoomb Leisure Centre. This year the sports festival will be running on the 16th of June from 12:30 … Read more

An update on Yoga for teenagers

By Elle Hartle, Digital Marketing Apprentice.  Yoga for teenagers is a project aimed at young people, run by TDC’s Caroline Vitta. The sessions run every Tuesday at Moulsecoomb Leisure centre 4pm till 5pm. We are currently over half way through the 10 week period having started at the end of April. Yoga is a Hindu … Read more

Yoga for Teenagers

Yoga for Teenagers is an exciting new project to introduce yoga to young people in Brighton. An initiative of our youth team, the group will be promoting the benefits of yoga–the physical benefits of increasing strength, flexibility and balance but more importantly the other benefits to well-being such as helping to manage anxiety, stress, giving better sleep, … Read more

Brighton Digital Festival researching how digital culture impacts young people

Young people taking part in research at the Brighton Digital Festival

By Terry Adams, TDC Community Development Worker with BME Communities.  Earlier this year TDC worked with Brighton Digital Festival (BDF) to explore notions of how the digital world deals with identity and representation. The Brighton Digital Festival (BDF) is an annual month-long programme of events that explore digital culture and celebrate Brighton’s creativity. BDF seeks to … Read more

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