We're promoting and supporting community events across Dorset. In this section you can find information about current and past events, workshops, cultural events, gatherings etc.

If your event is not on here, get in touch with us and we'll see what we can do.

Community Connect

2017-10-05 - Hate Crime Community Connect Flyer POSK LOndon-page-001Time has flown since the one-day workshop at POSK on Hate Crime in March. The good news is that word has got round about the success of the event.
The next event will take place next Thursday 5th October at POSK from 11.00 to 15.30.
Attendees will hear a follow up on the Government’s work to tackle hate crime from Paul Giannasi, and also hear from the Home Office and the Department for Exiting the EU about citizen’s rights and the design and delivery of the proposed settlement scheme for EU citizens already in the UK.

Celebrate Dorset - Branksome event 20th September 2017

2017-09-29 - Lets Celebrate BranksomeCome and join us at the Branksome Community Centre! It is going to be a veritable feast of global goodies with bakers from South Africa, France, Korea, China, Venezuela, Thailand and Mexico all bringing along some traditional delights to share.There will also be teas, coffees and fresh juices to enjoy and a pinata for the children.

It's all free of charge and everyone is welcome. Thank you Big Lottery!

Trans Family Day - 18th November

2017-09-13 - Trans Family DayFor Dorset's trans youth including those questioning or gender non-conforming and their families; parents/carers, siblings, significant relatives.
Meet other families, professionals and young people in a safe supportive environment.

Email for more information

Women's Art Exchange (WAX) Project

2017-09-29 - WAX posterA new project will be delivered by hArt in collaboration with BCHA. This will be a highly confidential project which is why the venue and session times are not listed. This project is available to all women although we are very keen to engage women from all cultures to share creative diversity in a safe and supportive environment.
The project will be facilitated by a professional artist and a BCHA support worker.


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