Events, Activities, Groups

The Mind Sessions

The Wellbeing in the City project is currently running a FREE monthly workshop called ‘The Mind Sessions’ which takes place on the last Thursday of every month. Designed to improve mental health and wellbeing through inspiring topics such as connecting, resilience, keeping learning, positive self, being active and taking notice.  They provide a welcoming and uplifting space […]

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The ‘ManMade’ Project

ManMade is a collaborative project exploring how artificial intelligence sits in relation to that which is man made and how that shows up in the body through visual and audio responses. They are holding a free Open Day at ONCA GALLERY, Brighton ON SATURDAY 15 JULY 2017 10 – 5PM For further details see the attached […]

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Creative Wellbeing at BHT

There’s a new creative wellbeing drop in at BHT Mental Health & Wellbeing Services! Take part in fun, creative activities, from arts and crafts to writing and poetry.  Facilitated by peer supporters with lived experience of mental health challenges, creating an open, non-judgemental and supportive environment. Date: Every Thursday from 2nd March 2017 Time: 1pm-3pm […]

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Cooking and Gardening Groups for people with dementia

The Brighton and Hove Food Partnership offers free cookery and gardening activities for people with mild to moderate dementia and their carers. At our cookery groups, every session involves cooking and eating a meal as a group. Spending time sharing and preparing a meal can be a fun, sociable activity to bring back happy memories of […]

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Free Drop-In Clubs at Whitehawk Inn

The Whitehawk Inn Community Learning Centre offers several friendly, FREE drop-in, volunteer-led groups – welcome to everyone. The drop-ins include knitting, drama and book clubs and a monthly LGBTQ meet-up. Call 01273 682222 for details, dates and times or visit their website where you can find their latest brochure. [Checked 26 June 2017]

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Self-Advocacy Group for young people with Learning Difficulties

The Power Group, which has been running for over two years and is organised by Speak Out and Amaze, is a place where young people aged 16-25 can make new friends, get help to speak up for themselves, find out information and get support from other young people with learning disabilities. The group runs fortnightly […]

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Brighton & Hove Eating Disorders Peer Support Service

The Brighton and Hove Eating Disorders Service (branded as BHEDS Peer 2 Peer) offers twice monthly groups for adults of all genders. We are a partnership involving Men Get Eating Disorders Too, As You Are, The Carers’ Centre for Brighton and Hove and the Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. The Peer Support Service involves two groups: […]

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Mental health services – in Brighton and Hove Libraries!

Did you know that libraries in the city can help with your mental wellbeing? They offer services such as self-help books recommended by professionals, books recommended by readers, and a range of free or low-cost activities such as knitting groups and writing workshops. For further information click here

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Threshold Women-Only Drop-In at Cornerstone

  BHT Threshold have a long-running Art & Chat drop in at the Cornerstone Community Centre, Church Road, Hove, BN3 2FL. Every Tuesday from 1pm-3pm Come along to take part in free creative activities and to meet other women in a safe, welcoming environment.  No need to book, just turn up.  

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‘Mothers uncovered’ group

Do you feel your life as a mum is an emotional rollercoaster? That it’s hard to explore real issues at other groups for mums and children? Then Mothers Uncovered is for you. It’s a mum and baby group with a difference. This is a creative support network for mothers. Participants attend structured sessions in the […]

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