Online Directory - Social

Alcampo Pub, 84-86 London Road, BN1 4JF and The Shore, 7 Dane Rd, Seaford BN25 1LG

BSL Get Togethers

Every 2nd Saturdays of month - two places; Alcampo Pub, 84-86 London Rd, Brighton BN1 4JF and The Shore, 7 Dane Rd, Seaford BN25 1LG (please check on Facebook for next meet up and venue). All ages welcome, wheelchair accessible, 5.30pm onwards.

What we do

Valley Social Centre, Whitehawk Way, Brighton

Brighton and Hove Social Deaf Club

01273 840 960 / SMS: 07958 655 117

Brighton Wednesday Club. Please text for information.

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Picasso Express, 59 Devonshire Rd, Bexhill-on-Sea TN40 1BD

Cafe Social in Bexhill-on-Sea - DeafCOG

Want to meet Deaf people for an informal chat over a meal and drink? Then come along to the Cafe Social! It is just the right ingredients needed to make a perfect treat. An opportunity for you to meet chat and support each other within the Deaf Community!

@DeafCOG

SMS: 07887 946 563

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Christopher Wyer

The Snug Cafe, Trinity Place, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN21 3BX

Cafe Social in Eastbourne - DeafCOG

Want to meet Deaf people for an informal chat over a meal and drink? Then come along to the Cafe Social! It is just the right ingredients needed to make a perfect treat. An opportunity for you to meet chat and support each other within the Deaf Community!

@DeafCOG

SMS: 07887 946 563

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Christopher Wyer

The Barn, Newmans Gardens, Steyning, West Sussex BN44 3RN

Darren Gritton Photography

I love taking wedding photos and portraits of families and children; it’s a pleasure working with people and capturing key moments in their lives. I’m always paying close attention to what is happening around me and work to capture as many quality moments as they unfold by being in the right place at the right time.

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Darren Gritton

TBA

Our Space in Brighton - DeafCOG

A space to learn something new for the Deaf Community. Using British Sign Language, our space is accessible. It's a space for Deaf people to share, develop and explore; it's Our Space. Hearing people have space everywhere: the pubs, stadium, concerts, the high street, cafes, the council, parliament, the high street .... and even next door. Deaf people constantly try to squeeze in and create a space of their own. Our Space has two rules: A space to learn something new. A space for Deaf people to share their passions, questions and hopes. It is open to everyone who is willing to watch and learn, and take part. Every month, we will have a different presenter with a different subject that concern or affect Deaf people.

@DeafCOG

SMS: 07887 946 563

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Christopher Wyer

3VA, 8 Saffrons Road, Eastbourne BN21 1DG

Our Space in Eastbourne - DeafCOG

A space to learn something new for the Deaf Community. Using British Sign Language, our space is accessible. It's a space for Deaf people to share, develop and explore; it's Our Space. Hearing people have space everywhere: the pubs, stadium, concerts, the high street, cafes, the council, parliament, the high street .... and even next door. Deaf people constantly try to squeeze in and create a space of their own. Our Space has two rules: A space to learn something new. A space for Deaf people to share their passions, questions and hopes. It is open to everyone who is willing to watch and learn, and take part. Every month, we will have a different presenter with a different subject that concern or affect Deaf people.

@DeafCOG

SMS: 07887 946 563

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Christopher Wyer

The Blatchington Court Trust, 6a Hove Park Villas, Hove BN3 6HW

Springboard - Sensory Needs Service for Brighton and Hove City Council

10am-12pm (FREE). First Thursday of every month. A get together for families of deaf children (pre-school age).

01273 293 610

What we do

Caroline Palmer, Specialist Family Support Worker

Surdi CIC

Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deafened engagement organisation in Brighton and Hove. Coffee morning at Jubilee Library - fortnightly Tuesdays 10.30am - 1pm, Jubilee St, Brighton BN1 1GE. 50 plus group.

SMS: 01273 917 651

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Darren Jensen, Director

Sussex Deaf LGBT

Sussex Deaf LGBT event every 2 months. Opportunity to share news about Deaf and BSL Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgenders in Sussex. Meeting more people and making friends so we can discuss something that we know and similar with each other. See Facebook for more information on date and venue.

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Pieter de Heer

Time Out Club - Sensory Needs Service for Brighton and Hove City Council

A get together for families of deaf children (all age), 3pm-6pm, last Saturday of every month. Varied venues (confirmed details via Whats App group or text message).

01273 293 610

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Caroline Palmer, Specialist Family Support Worker

Cornerstone Community Centre, Church Road, Hove BN3 2FL

Tuesday Meet Up - Action on Hearing Loss

Fortnightly Tuesdays (eg. 10th April, 24th April, 8th May….) Support letters / meet friends / social activities / help This new fortnightly group started on February 13th 2018. The group is for adults with Deafness, hearing loss or tinnitus. Staff from Sussex Community Service will be available to provide information and support, they are experienced BSL signers. A Care Manager from Adult Social Care, a BSL signer, will also attend once a month.

SMS: 07903 332 324

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Sussex Community Outreach Team

West Worthing Baptist Church, 45 South Street, Tarring, West Worthing, West Sussex BN14 7LU

Worthing Deaf 50+ Club

The club meets every 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month at West Worthing Baptist Church from 12.30pm to 4.30pm. Also we have a programme of activities as Deaf, Deafened DeafBlind and Hearing people are welcome. They have to be 50 years old or over. Events are updated on facebook.

SMS: 07708 155 144

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The Secretary

West Worthing Baptist Church, 45 South Street, Tarring, West Worthing BN14 7LU

Worthing Deaf Darby and Joan Club

The Club is open from 12.30pm to 4.30pm, every 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. Please note the name of the club will change soon.

@sussexdeafassoc

SMS: 07708 155 144

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Lula Fowles, Secretary

West Worthing Baptist Church, 45 South Street, Tarring, West Worthing BN14 7LU

Worthing Deaf Social Club

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Talking Hands Cafe, 4 Stanford Terrace, Hassocks BN6 8JF

Youth Club - Sensory Needs Service

Run by Caroline and John Palmer. 6pm-9pm, second Friday of every month. For both deaf and hearing students 11+.

01273 293 610

What we do

Caroline Palmer, Specialist Family Support Worker