Update on Women’s Centre building at 72

Update on Brighton Women’s Centre and City-wide Women’s Hubs BWC 72 High Street BWC is very sad to inform you that we will no longer be delivering services from 72 High Street after 28th June 2018.  This will mean that our Volunteer Services including our Women-only Drop-In and Foodbank will no longer be offered from… read more »

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BWC are recruiting! Deputy Manager at Ofsted Outstanding Toybox!

Recruitment Advert for Deputy Manager at Ofsted Rated Outstanding ToyBox Childcare – part of Brighton Women’s Centre* (download this job advert in PDF here) ToyBox Childcare and Pre-school at Brighton Women’s Centre is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Deputy Manager. As an Early Years Practitioner you will have at least a Level 3 Early Years… read more »

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BWC feeds in to KSS CRC new approach to women convicted of crime

Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC), the agency responsible for supervising low and medium risk offenders in the region, this week unveils a new approach to supporting women convicted of crime. The new strategy is in response to stark data showing that women are more likely to be sentenced to prison than… read more »

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BOOST your self esteem course!

Brighton Women’s Centre are delighted to announce that we will be running a BOOST your self esteem course in Summer/Autumn 2018. This is a 8-week course for women who feel they have low self esteem. The course is run in small groups and is aimed at improving relationships and increasing confidence to access college, work… read more »

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BWC Launches new Creative Movement Group

BWC are very proud to be launching a brand new women’s Creative Movement group as part of our low-cost holistic services offer, which will take place every Monday beginning 19th March 2018.     The group is facilitated by Sasha Watson – a qualified yoga teacher and a registered dance movement therapist – and aims to… read more »

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BWC is recruiting – Women’s Accommodation Support Worker (Hastings)

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Brighton Women’s Centre. We are recruiting an experienced and highly skilled Women’s* Accommodation Support worker (WASW) to be based at Seaview in Hastings BWC is at the forefront of a movement to work more effectively with women and girls with multiple vulnerabilities.  The successful applicant will put into practice… read more »

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TOYBOX Celebrated As an Outstanding Child Care Provider

Childcare at Brighton Women’s Centre has been awarded the highest possible accolade. Toybox achieved an ‘outstanding’ grade in their recent OFSTED inspection, a testament to the team and their commitment to providing high quality, low cost childcare for women in Brighton.   Jan Chisnall, the manager of Toybox, which is based at 22 Richmond Place,… read more »

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We Are Recruiting: Digital Media Volunteer

Brighton Women’s Centre is looking for an enthusiastic and self motivated digital media volunteer. Your role will be to support the fundraising and comms coordinator to raise the profile of BWC via a range of social and digital media platforms. You will work as part of the BWC fundraising and comms committee, taking responsibility for… read more »

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Accessing Free Or Low Cost Meals

  FREE OR LOW-COST MEALS   Download here.   SALVATION ARMY (1-6 Park Crescent Terrace, BN2 3HD) Christmas Day Lunch (No charge for lunch but it is asked that people wishing to attend call ahead to book a place Telephone: 01273 607095) 10.15am – Short service 11.00am – Coffee 12noon – Lunch served until 1.30pm/2.00pm… read more »

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