Living history project

Great news! We have received a grant of £3000 from the Rainbow Fund to conduct a living history project that explores and preserves the history of LGBTQ families across the South East, encompassing research into changing attitudes, case studies, photographs and personal reflections. The research will reflect on how wider social and legislative changes have…

Rainbow Families single / lone parents drinks

The Rainbow Families single / lone parents ( and friends ) drinks and social evening was a huge success with old and new faces alike. The evening was organised by Karen Bruce who did a great job in enticing so many to the Marlborough pub in Brighton last Saturday and so a big thanks to…

Hacked By GeNErAL

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Skateboarding 7+ kids hit the decks

We’re pleased to report that 14 of our 7+ kids had fun carving up Brighton Youth Centre during a one hour skateboarding session in early November. The kids got to show their moves in an indoor purpose built skate park and energetic tutor Mario showed the children the basics and a few gnarly moves. The kids had a great…

Did you enjoy our Hove Lagoon picnic?

Yep?! Great, because we definitely did. But if you weren’t there at Hove Lagoon on June 8th for the Rainbow Families picnic, let me tell you, you missed a spectacular array of blankets, scooters and hats – not to mention families. There were about 15 families in total who joined us by the lagoon for a sarnie or…

Adult social in March – Funny Girls! Brighton

Get out your TENA ladies and gents as the next Rainbow Families Adult Social will be… drum roll… a visit to see Funny Girls Brighton on Friday 21st March, 2014 at the Caroline of Brunswick in Brighton. Funny Girls! is a monthly all-girl comedy – hosted by musical maestro Hannah Brackenbury (‘Brighton’s answer to Victoria…