Brighton Streets

Brighton Streets is a citywide, coordinated detached (street-based) youth work programme led by TDC and delivered by TDC, The Hangleton & Knoll Project and Tarner Community Project. The programme is funded by the Brighton & Hove Violence Reduction Partnership and it has aims to reduce youth violence in the city through early, relationship-based interventions with teenagers.

In November 2021 Brighton Streets won the Partnership Award from Children and Young People Now. 

To help explain a little bit more of what we do and why it works, please have a look at our Brighton Streets film, made in Spring 2020.


Brighton Streets was externally evaluated twice in 2020/21.

Read the evaluation here to find out more and hear the voices of some of our beneficiaries.

There is a clear and plausible causal link between [Brighton Streets] youth workers’ support and a reduction in young people’s involvement in negative, risky and potentially violent behaviour

The Centre for Education & Youth, May 2021

The Brighton Streets Projects is considered to be effective and is well regarded by well informed, professional stakeholders

C.Co – June 2021 


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