As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, we will be running this wellbeing workshop
Using creative materials & group activities in a safe space
we will look at the difference between surviving and
T H R I V I N G and explore your hopes for the future
Wednesday 10th May 1.00pm – 3.00pm
BHT Mental Health & Wellbeing Service
27-29 North Street, Brighton BN1 1EB
To book a place on this workshop, please either
- Speak with Lorena during a Wednesday or Thursday drop-in or
- Call Bev on 01273 929471 or
- Email email@example.com
Places are limited so we will be running this workshop on a first come, first served basis
Facilitated by Gill Grainger, a Wellbeing Practitioner (Counsellor) with many years of experience
Thursdays: 22nd, 29th June and 6th,13th, 20th July 2017 10.00am – 11.45am
BHT Mental Health & Wellbeing Service 27 – 29 North Street, Brighton, BN1 1EB
Would you like to be part of a 5 week group that aims to provide a safe space to support you to:
- understand your anxiety
- recognise early signs of anxiety
- find ways to reduce and cope with your anxiety
- manage feelings and uncertainty
Facilitated by Sue Boyer, a Wellbeing Practitioner (Counsellor) with many years of experience.
If you are interested in taking part in this group, please contact us on 01273 929471 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kemp Town Men in Sheds
A space where men can come and make, learn and share skills.
On Monday 10 April 2017
at Brighton Youth Centre (10am – 1pm) and Leach Court (2pm – 5pm)
10am – 1pm: Visit us at Brighton Youth Centre, 64 Edward Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 0JR. This Shed is not wheelchair accessible – there are 18 steps to reach the workspace. People with limited mobility are encouraged to visit our Leach Court shed
11am – 2pm: Visit us at Leach Court, Park St, Brighton BN2 0DJ. This Shed is entirely wheelchair accessible
The launch will be open to all, especially those who want to find out how to be a Shedder. We’re also welcoming professionals who want to signpost individuals to the Shed or are interested in working with us
Getting involved with World Autism Awareness Week (27 March–2 April 2017) will change lives. We are asking you to raise money and awareness so that as many people as possible learn about autism. So we will quiz, bake, walk, collect… Until everyone understands.
Click on this link to find out more.
Our headliner for the evening is Heavy Load. The documentary follows the punk band of the film’s title as they smash barriers through their infectious rock music. The work also charts the beginnings of Stay Up Late, a charity which ensures that people with learning disabilities can enjoy evenings out, just like everyone else.
We are privileged to announce that Stay Up Late’s co-founder, and Heavy Load bassist, Paul Richards will be joining us alongside the film’s Director Jerry Rothwell.
Tuesday 21 March
Doors open at 18:30. Film starts at 19:00
Suitable for young adults (12+)
In association with the University of Brighton’s Disability Research Network
This event is supported by Scope.
Enquiries can be made to: email@example.com or Fabrica on (01273) 778 646
Our aim is to make cricket accessible to everyone, we have therefore created 8 disability hubs throughout Sussex which are open to all ages and abilities. Our qualified coaches run drop-in coaching sessions every week across all 8 hubs.
Free taster sessions are available for groups interested in disability cricket. For further information or if you are interested in joining a hub please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01273 827117