Sunbeam Swimming Club »
The Sunbeam Swimming Club was established over thirty years ago and its weekly sessions offer people with learning and/or physical disabilities to swim socially or competitively together at the Pavilions in the Park leisure centre in Horsham.
Hastings and Rother Credit Union »
At the root of many of the challenges facing local communities is financial deprivation and economic inactivity. Hastings & Rother Credit Union (H&RCU) provides a community-based savings and loan service to local, often low-income, clients whom mainstream banks have turned their backs on. Hastings and Rother remains a low-wage, benefit-dependent area. Child poverty stands at over 25% and poor transport links compound people’s financial and social exclusion.
Bridging Ages »
Bridging Ages in Forest Row builds relationships between younger and older people in the local and wider community. This new group received a £2,000 grant – £1,000 each from our Field Family Fund and our Surviving Winter Fund – in 2015 to support a biography project, recording the personal histories of the elderly in the […]
Burgess Hill Boys Club »
Burgess Hill Young Carers Project organises days out for young carers in the area
Exploring Senses »
Exploring Senses was formed by Brighton-based artists Hannah Coxeter and David Allistone to deliver a range of innovative, creative events to engage children and young people, help them learn new skills and perhaps build a future for themselves in the city’s thriving digital sector. Participants at CommuniToy workshops re-use toys designed for landfill to make new hybrid creations – a psycho Barbie, perhaps or a spaced out Buzz Lightyear? Radical Robots workshops are a fun way for young people to learn some basic engineering skills, soldering and building electronic sensor circuits, programming a Raspberry Pi single board computer and then building and testing their robot through a robotic assault course.Codes 4 Kids is a workshop that teaches kids to program a basic computer and then use that to animate their robots or hacked toys.