Many services throughout the council use social media sites to let residents, businesses and visitors know about what they are doing and to answer your questions.

The information we put out on social media is open to everyone, you don't have to be registered with the sites to take a look. Find our acceptable use guidelines for social media.

Click on a service below to find out more.

Main council social media

For updates, news and to get in touch, follow our main council sites:

Our other social media sites are separated into categories below.

Environment and city services 

Carelink Plus - 24/7 community alarm service:

Community safety and crime prevention

Lively Cities - transforming Ann Street area public space

Recycling, rubbish and street cleaning

Seafront Office

Sheep grazing


Transport, parking and traffic

Road safety





Music and art

Outdoor events

People’s Day community event

Royal Pavilion and museums

Health and wellbeing

Take Part festival of Sport and Activity

Weddings and ceremonies

Children, young people and education

Brighton & Hove Youth Offending Service

Early years and childcare

EMAS - support for pupils who have English as an additional language

Brighton & Hove for Families


ICT Schools and Traded Services team

Positive Parenting

RU-OK - young person's drugs and alcohol advice

School governors

Standards and achievement team - support for PSHE Education, anti-bullying and equality in schools

Youth information

Youth employability – help with getting a job

Jobs and apprenticeships


Early years and childcare careers

Children's Centres and nurseries

Acorn Nursery

Conway Court and West Hove Children’s Centre

The Deans Children Centre

Hangleton Park Children’s Centre

Hollingdean Children's Centre & Cherry Tree Nursery

Moulsecoomb, Cityview and Fairlight Children’s Centres

North & South Portslade Children’s Centre

Roundabout Children’s Centre

Roundabout Nursery 

Tarner and Cornerstone Children’s Centre

Democracy and participation

Council tenant and leaseholder involvement


LGBT Workers Forum

Mayor's Office