DueEast Neighbourhood Council is inviting applications to a Community Wellbeing Fund designed to support local people in Whitehawk, Manor Farm and the Bristol Estate to get together to take action to improve their health and wellbeing.
Origin of the Fund
The health and wellbeing of people in the 3 areas above is on average worse than that of health and wellbeing of people in other areas of Brighton and Hove. So, DueEast has brought residents, patients , community groups and health and wellbeing and other services together in a new long term project to improve health and wellbeing for local people.
LOOKING TO APPLY THIS YEAR/NEXT YEAR?
Then come along to this informal gathering with Jonathan Best, 22nd june 6.00 PM at Whitehawk Library HubA meeting dedicated to Brighton and Hove City Council's Grants
Albion in the Community (AITC) has teamed up with American Express to provide a free course for anyone aged 19 or over who is looking for help finding work or changing careers.
AITC and Amex have been running Work Ready together for eight years and the next course takes place over two days on Wednesday 6th June, at the American Express Community Stadium, and Tuesday 12th June, at Amex’s 1 John Street offices.
Discussion and news on:
In aid of Macmillans Serendipity & East Brighton Bygones present...Tea Dance & Local History Celebration Wednesday 11th May Valley Social Centre, Whitehawk Way 2pm – 4pm
Come and find out more about the history of the local area Everyone welcome! Dance Tutor Dave on hand to help you bust some moves! Photo displays - bring your own and share your stories
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DueEast is the working name of the Neighbourhood Council for Whitehawk, Manor Farm, and the Bristol Estate
DueEast Brighton has been approved as a registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation Number 1155392
DueEast and SES are funded by the Equalities and Communities Team of Brighton and Hove City Council, and are assisted by Whitehawk Inn & Community Works