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Older and Out

A social group for older LGBTQUI people in Brighton. They are fully inclusive and provide a space to meet others, make friends and have some lunch. They also offer occasional trips and provide advice and support on social care needs and issues, and signpost or refer to other services. This groups takes place on the last Friday of the month at Somerset Centre. If you would like to go along, please contact Somerset Centre to let them know to expect you.
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LGBT Switchboard

For LGBTQ people aged 50+ looking for a sense of community, support or information. They offer a number of regular social activities, meet ups and trips. Please head to their website for their events calendar.

Lifelines Tech Tutors Support

Tech Tutors can help with using technology, whether that’s refreshing their skills or start from scratch. They can provide tablets on a loan basis or people can use their own devices. Lifelines also run Tea and Tech drop-in sessions, where you can get help to use your digital device over and cup of tea and coffee, you can even just pop in for chat and refreshments. These sessions are free. Check their homepage for more details.

BHCC Adult Education Hub

The Brighton and Hove City Council Adult Education Hub was opened in 2021 to give residents of Brighton & Hove the opportunity to learn new skills and improve their career options. A wide range of classes and workshops are available, and they do have a selection of IT Skills courses. See website for details
Adult education

Learn My Way

­Free courses (online) to learn different digital skills to stay safe and connected.

Digital Unite

Over 400 how-to guides covering a whole host of digital topics including online shopping, social networking, health & fitness and music

The Rainbow Café

The Rainbow Café is for LGBTQ people living with dementia or concerned about memory loss. They are currently offering one-to-one telephone and online support, as well as group peer support session in-person at Plot 22 on the last Wednesday of every month from 1:30-3:30pm.

Dementia Matters

This group runs at The Holy Cross Church in Woodingdean on the second Monday of each month at 1.30pm. It is a monthly drop-in group, offering a positive, safe, and friendly space for those who themselves have Dementia, are living in the same home as someone with Dementia or who have a loved one who has Dementia.

Rise and Shine

Rise and Shine is a free monthly dementia-friendly class taking place at the Dance Space in central Brighton, hosted by South East Dance. These fun and friendly sessions led by Dr Rosaria Gracia are open to anyone over the age of 60, and will focus on supporting participants to build strength, physical confidence and prevent falls. Booking is required.
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