top-menu

Spotlight: St Michael’s Way Homework Club

Find out more about Home Club; an educational project set up by Friends, Families and Travellers in St. Michael’s Way, Brighton. Gold star for after-school club Home Club is an after-school club where children living on the St. Michael’s Way site discover more about school and learn to develop their skills and confidence. Learn and […] Read More>>

Continue Reading

Register to vote! Your voice counts!

There is a general election on 8th June 2017 which decides which political party governs the country. Voting gives you a say in how the country is run. The different political parties have different policies that effect Gypsies and Travellers, such as site provision and planning, so it is important to use your vote and […] Read More>>

Continue Reading

*Now launched* Our Gypsy and Traveller Cultural Awareness E-learning Training.

This new online learning programme targets the key themes and questions arising amongst service providers about Gypsies and Travellers and is ideal for members of the statutory, voluntary or private sector wishing to engage or work more effectively with Gypsies and Travellers. For further info please click on the link to our training page or email training@gypsy-traveller.org. […] Read More>>

Continue Reading

Human Rights Tour: Brighton Event

On Tuesday 28th March, we’ll be hosting an event in partnership with the British Institute of Human Right’s. The event aims to: • Raise awareness about human rights and their relevance in everyday life • Provide a space for debate and discussion To secure your free place, please use our on-line booking form. What happens […] Read More>>

Continue Reading

FFT Annual Report 2015-2016 Released

We are delighted to announce that our Annual Report for 2015-2016 is now available to view online. The Annual Report contains information on our activities and achievements in the past year, as well as information on our income and expenditure. You can view our Annual Report 2015-2016 here. Read More>>

Continue Reading

Local Authorities in South East England failing to meet Gypsy and Traveller pitch provision targets

In May and June 2016 FFT undertook a piece of research to ascertain if local authorities in South East England were meeting their requirements under the Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) Planning Policy for Traveller Sites (PPTS) to identify a supply of specific deliverable sites sufficient to provide 5 years’ worth of sites […] Read More>>

Continue Reading

Come and help to improve the health of your community: RSPH Level 2 Award in Understanding Health Improvement

Come and join us for a full day training event on 28 September! Michelle Gavin and Emma Bray from Friends, Families and Travellers will guide you through the ‘Understanding Health Improvement’ course where you will learn about health inequality within the UK and receive tips and guidance on how inequalities can be tackled. You will learn ideas and […] Read More>>

Continue Reading

Annual General Meeting with Tea and Cakes

You are invited to join us at our Annual General Meeting and for tea and cake.  Date: Saturday 24 September 2016 Time: 2.30pm – 4pm Location: FFT office in Brighton, Community Base, 113 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XG Please let us know you are coming to help us with our cake order by emailing sarah@gypsy-traveller.org […] Read More>>

Continue Reading
MENU