Our events

Hellingly Hospital - through the ages

A photography exhibition created and run by patients and staff at a medium-secure unit is being held this week.

March for Human Rights 2017 - Pop-up event in Brighton

On Tuesday 28 March the British Institute of Human Rights are coming to Brighton to hold a pop-up event.

Hampshire Parents and Carers (P.A.C.E) Event

Parents and carers in Hampshire are invited to a special event focusing on young people’s mental health and wellbeing this January.

Transition Conference

Do you want to have a say in how we can improve our services and how different teams communicate with one another? Book on for the 'bridging the gap - achieving safer transitions together' Transitions Conference at the Brighthelm Church and Community Centre, Brighton.

Carer's Coffee Morning

Do you support someone with a mental health condition and would like more information about your rights as a carer?

Carer's Coffee Morning

Do you support a relative, partner or friend who has a mental health issue? Then this is an opportunity for you to find out about your rights as a carer.

Tea and Talk

Service user Andrew will talk about his experience of using mental health services. This is a special event for carers only.

'What matters to you' hackathon

Join us for our first ever Hackathon to consider how we engage service users and carers in improving the care we deliver.

Communicating in times of crisis

We're inviting service users and carers in Brighton and Hove to join us and find out more about what to do in times of crisis and where to get help.

Hellingly art exhibit opens its doors

You’re invited to a display of artwork created by patients and staff using different methods such as, ceramics, creative writing, 3D sculptures, paintings and much more.