Welcome to the
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THIS website not only highlights our own activities but gives quick and easy links to other trans groups and organisations.
Check out our different sections on the left of this page.
OUR next monthly Meet&Eat event, where we join together for an evening meal out, will be on Tuesday, May 2 at the Camelford Arms, Camelford Street, Brighton.
here to see their website for dates, here to find their Facebook site for latest information, and here to find out how to get there.
There is no pressure on first-timers to swim. You can check out the facilities, ask questions and take a dip if you'd like to. Both private and communal changing facilities are available and there are trans-friendly lifeguards. Click
CLARE Project is proud to announce that we are one of Brighton and Hove Mayor's chosen charities
This honour is shared between 27 charities in the city and entitles us to use the mayoral crest in correspondence,
announcements, and for events and fund-raising.
June 14 and spent an hour finding out about the work of the Clare Project, and on December 20 we had a reception in our honour at the Mayor's Parlour attended by representatives of other trans-related organisations in the city.
The Mayor, Councillor Pete Best, visited the Clare Project drop-in on
Join with others in some peaceful, creative play with lots of images and arts materials to choose from.
*THE fourth Trans Pride took place in Brighton on the weekend of July 22nd to 24th, 2016.
Trans Pride successfully moved to a larger park for the main event on Saturday this year – Brunswick Square Gardens.
We have now intoduced a Creativity Table at our drop-in on the first Tuesday of each month, from 5-7pm.
This is a quiet place to enjoy anti-stress doodling and colouring using pens and crayons, particularly for those who find it a bit easier to socialise with a structured activity. Do give it a try.
Methodist Church on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. As well as electing officers and hearing their reports for the year, the new constitution, agreed by the Charity Commissioners, was accepted. The Clare Project has been entered onto the Register of Charities with the registered charity number 1165746. See also our news report by clicking here.
*The Clare Project annual general meeting was held at Dorset Gardens
*TRANS Living in Brighton and Hove has presented its key findings from the Brighton and Hove Trans Needs Assessment survey of 2015. Among its main points are that an estimated 2,760 trans adults live in the city and many more come in to study, work or socialise. Brighton is trans friendly but there is still discrimination, abuse and social isolation. The trans community spans all age and ethnic groups and has more people with long-term health problems or who are disabled than the
For more details you can read the pamphlet by clicking here.
*TO mark the 15th anniversary of the Clare Project in 2015 we produced a Clare Project timeline to show how we have progressed since 2000. You can see it below (click on the chart to bring up a larger version). We also have a short history of the Clare Project, which includes the timeline chart and reminiscences about the early days, in our history section. To see this, just
Produced by the National LGB&T Partnership, CliniQ, Mermaids and TransForum Manchester, with support from Public Health England, the factsheets give straightforward, dependable information and guidance for trans people and their families. For a complete list of topics and links to them, click here.
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knowing your rights as a trans* person (just press the link here) and you can find expanded information about FTM support groups by clicking here.
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members or former members of the Clare Project, in their own words.
Developed over more than 18 months, the project involved in-depth interviews and tells the fascinating stories of trans people, many of them
Find out more and order your copy from QueenSpark Books by gong to their website here.
THE Clare Project's chair is Dr Sam Hall. Taking up the position in June 2014, Sam said: "I am proud to have been chosen to represent the Clare Project. It has a vital role to play, not only providing a place where the trans community can come together but also as a voice representing that community in the wider world."
Sam took over from Steph Scott who was chair for eight years. The Clare Project committee acknowledged Steph's tireless work to make the Clare Project a respected organisation committed to improving the lives of transgender people in Brighton and beyond.