Resource Centre workers
Resource Centre Staff Team
Judy, Kate and Mireille are walking the boundary of Brighton & Hove on 30th April to raise money for the Resource Centre. Please sponsor us!
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Donations accepted until 31-05-2017
We know that walking 18 miles up and down the South Downs is a bit of a challenge for us, but we've been in training and we're going to give it a go!
Because we work at the Resource Centre we know how important it is to local grassroots groups, who wouldn't get the support they need anywhere else.
We're really excited that we're going to be walking with people from 27 different Brighton & Hove charities and the Mayor!
Walk with the Mayor for the Resource Centre
The Mayor of Brighton &Hove, Cllr Pete West, invites you to join him on a walk of the boundary of the city, and raise money for the Resource Centre!
Discover the biosphere at Castle Hill, take in the beauty of the South Downs, have a picnic in Stanmer Park and finish with tea in Portslade hosted by Emmaus.
The Resource Centre is a very small charity, and a little money really does go a very long way. Just £50 could pay for a new game to hire, a support session with a group, or an update to one of our useful information sheets.
The full walk is just over 18 miles, but don't be put off if that sounds too long - you can choose to do as much or as little as you like.
Participants can choose to raise money for any of the Mayor's chosen charities, including the Resource Centre.
The walk will also help establish a new designated pathway for the City.
What does the Resource Centre do?
The Resource Centre is a charity serving voluntary and community groups in the Brighton and Hove area. We are used by around 1000 different local groups every year, from playgroups to environmental campaigns, residents associations to arts organisations.
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