Brilliant Britain - Episode 4 - Brighton

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25 November 2013, 12:59

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Jonny Meah and Josie Carder give you an insight into the buzzing city that is Brighton and Hove – highlighting the most inspirational people and organisations throughout the seaside resort.

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Brighton Surf Life Saving Club
BSLSC is a dynamically developing and popular club affiliated to Surf Life Saving GB. This club first started in the 1950s as one of the first 3 SLSGB beach lifesaving clubs in Britain. They offer a number of courses (beach lifeguard, train the trainer courses, First Aid at Work, lifesaving sport courses),
 and provide regular training twice a week for its members (pool and sea based session)! More Information: http://www.brightonslsc.org

Grace Eyre
Grace Eyre help people with learning disabilities
 in Brighton, Hove and West Sussex
 gain independence, obtain housing, 
find employment and join activities. Individuals are able to build a programme of sessions based on their own interests and aspirations. More Information: http://www.grace-eyre.org

Peter James
Peter James is an international best-selling crime thriller novelist published in 36 languages. He was born in Brighton and is joint patron of Neighbourhood Watch, nationwide, joint patron of Sussex Crimestoppers, patron of The Whitehawk Inn, joint patron of the Friends of Seaford Library, Vice President of The Old Police Cells Museum, Brighton, and an Ambassador for Brighton University among others! More Information: http://www.peterjames.com

Brighton Housing Trust
Their mission is quite simple: ‘combating homelessness, creating opportunities, promoting change’. The trust sees it as their role to both challenge the causes of homelessness, poverty and marginalisation and to deal with the consequences. More Information: http://www.bht.org.uk

RSPCA Brighton
This RSPCA branch is entirely self-funded and is run by an active committee of volunteers who are trustees of the Branch funds. Over 3,000 animals are cared for at its shelter in Patcham each year – including dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, reptiles, foxes, badgers, hedgehogs, chickens, ferrets and various birds, both wild and domestic. Facilities are available for almost every animal until it is ready for re-homing or release! More Information: http://www.rspca-brighton.co.uk

Glass City Vice
An up and coming Brighton band – destined for stardom! http://www.glasscityvice.com

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