Peer Action, the charity providing peer support to those living with HIV, are organising a programme of social activities, fundraising events and well-being sessions in May.
These include: a trip to Eltham Palace, an art deco masterpiece bolted onto Henry VIII’s Tudor mansion. and the Camelford Arms will be holding a Eurovision Song Contest Party with a sweepstake and raffle to raise funds on Saturday, May 18 at 7pm.
Other regular Peer Action activities include Phil’s Mediation Group at the THT building on Ship Street on Sunday, May 4 and Sunday, May 19 at 11am, no booking necessary, £3 per session.
Dan’s Yoga Classes take place on Tuesday 7, 12, 21 and 28 at St Mary’s Church Hall on St James’ Street at 6pm, all abilities welcome, mats provided, £3 per session.
For movie lovers, Mike’s Movie Night is on Friday, May 10 at 8pm, movie chosen on the night, bring a bottle and snacks, see website to get involved.
If you’re feeling stressed or out of sorts try Peer Action’s low cost therapy session on Saturday, May 11 at the THT building, Ship Street at 1.50pm, £5 per session.
If you’re feeling lucky, Ian’s Bingo night is on Monday, May 13 at 6.15pm for early session, 7pm for main event, at the Gala Bingo on Eastern Road, admission £10
For swimmers, there’s the lunchtime swimming club on Tuesday, May 14 and Tuesday, May 28 at the Brighton Swimming Centre on Eastern Road at 12.20pm, £4 per one-hour session.
Grab a pint and gather a group at the Board Games night at The Barley Mow pub, George’s Road, Kemptown on Wednesday, May 29 at 7.30pm.
For more information about Peer Action’s activities, and how to book sessions, CLICK HERE: