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    During 2012 Brighton and Hove city council announced that it would be running two pilots to examine the potential benefits of more localised decision making.  Serendipity (SES) was providing Community Development support to the Whitehawk, Manor Farm and Bristol estates and with the encouragement of community activists applied to be one of the pilot areas.  This bid was successful.

  • 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

  • After a year of working together with Brighton Festival and Brighton People’s Theatre, the community steering committees of East Brighton & Hangleton are proud to bring back Your Place for a second year, following its wonderful success in 2017.

    ‘Your Place has opened a door that we do not want to close again.’ Valerie Foucher, Hangleton Community Centre Manager

    Returning with another exciting programme of free theatre, dance, music, outdoor games and workshops, this year will also see bouncy castles, delicious food and more activities for people of all ages.

    ‘Very moving and touching, brilliant more and more please!’ Audience member