Activities for children and young people
Summer Fun 2016
Summer fun 2016 will be available from all Brighton & Hove Primary Schools from 7 June. You'll also be able to pick up a copy at your local library, children's centre and other community venues.
An online version of Summer Fun 2016 will be available to download soon.
Our online directory lists a wide range of activities and groups for children and young people. When choosing an activity, it is important that you are secure in the knowledge that your child will be safe and well cared for.
The NSPCC have produced a useful guide called Staying Safe which provides advice and tips on how to prepare your children for being out alone and taking part in activities.
Parent and toddler groups
These are groups that you can go along to with your child and meet other parents with children of a similar age. They are usually free or charge a small fee for refreshments. Search for local groups.
Museums and libraries
The city’s museums and libraries host a wide range of activities for children, young people and parents too! Find out what’s on.
Brighton & Hove City Council’s Playbus offers year round activities for children based in the local community. Find out about Playbus activities and upcoming sessions.
Activities for young people
Check out the Youth Service’s page for activities for young people and where to go for advice and support.
Sport and physical activities
The Active for Life Project offers local, low cost activities to help your children live active lifestyles throughout the year. For more information and to view the weekly programme please visit www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/activeforlife
Information about the annual TAKEPART festival is available at www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/takepart
Check out the events diary to find out what’s going on in the city