Find low cost activities across the city for people of all ages and abilities provided by the Active for Life team, alongside a searchable directory of over 400 local sports clubs, dance and physical providers in Brighton & Hove.
A national website offering information and resources about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), to anyone who needs assistance including parents, sufferers, teachers or health professionals
There are 18 regular walks across the city and lengths range from under a mile (average walking time: twenty to thirty minutes) up to three miles (average walking time one and a half to two hours). They are all free, led by trained Volunteer Walk Leaders and are also accessible by public transport.
A local peer led support group adults who have been diagnosed or actively seeking diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Monthly meetings offer support, coping strategies and raising awareness.
The Compass Card is a discount card for 0 to 25 year olds with special educational needs or disabilities in Brighton and Hove. The card can be used at lots of leisure venues to gets discounts or special offers.
A local community website for people living in or visiting Brighton & Hove and the surrounding area with kids. If you are looking for places to visit, what's on, shopping or eating out with kids in Brighton, or information on kids' clubs, classes, parties or education you will find it here.