Brighton Marathon 2019 Charity Places Available

Headway East Sussex has 2 places available for the 2019 Brighton Marathon which takes place on Sunday 14th April.  These places are free to enter and all we ask in return is that you try to raise £200 for us. Why run for Headway East Sussex? Brain injury does not discriminate; it can happen in … Read more…

Help us win £1000

Headway East Sussex

Headway East Sussex is taking part in Ecclesiastical’s 12 Days of giving competition. Each weekday from 6th to 21st December 2018, 10 charities will win £1000. The more nominations Headway East Sussex receives, the greater the chance of us winning £1000. How does it work? Please click on the link: Ecclesiastical 12 Days of giving … Read more…

£32,000 helps support our brain injury community

Clients, staff and trustees from Headway East Sussex and members of Haywards Heath Golf Club gathered on Wednesday, 21st November for the official opening of the new, all-weather outside activity area. Haywards Heath Golf Club members raised £32,000 for Headway East Sussex as its nominated charity in 2017. All weather outside activity area Some of the … Read more…

Information morning for Carers at Headway East Sussex

Carers Rights Day

On Monday, 26th November, 10.30am – 12.30pm, we will be holding a FREE information morning for all carers here at Headway East Sussex in support of Carers UK Carers Rights Day on Friday 30th November which is held every year with the aim of bringing organisations across the UK together to help carers in their local community know their … Read more…

Headway East Sussex takes part in Artwave Festival 2018

Headway East Sussex Artwave Poster

We are delighted to take part in the Sussex Artwave Festival this year. Following on from the success of our first HEADSCAPES art exhibition at the Jubilee Library in June; this will be the second opportunity for everybody to come and enjoy the fantastic artworks created by our clients at Headway East Sussex. Artworks on … Read more…

Robyn’s fundraising Race to the Stones

Robyn Spelman and her friends

Congratulations to Robyn Spelman who has completed her fundraising challenge walking 100km along The Ridgeway by day and night. The Ridgeway is one of Britain’s oldest pathways. Robyn started the walk in The Chiltern Hills in Oxfordshire and finished it by the 5000 year old stone circle in Avebury. Robyn was inspired to raise funds for … Read more…

Headway East Sussex celebrates its 30th Anniversary

Headway East Sussex celebrates its 30th anniversary

We celebrated our 30th anniversary with a picnic celebration for all our clients, their families and loved ones, volunteers and staff. It was an incredible day and we were delighted to have some of the founding families who set up Headway East Sussex in 1988 (formerly known as Headway Hurstwood Park) return to help us … Read more…

Piers Morgan Cricket raises funds for Headway East Sussex

Piers Morgan with Headway East Sussex

We were invited to run the BBQ again at this year’s Piers Morgan celebrity cricket match against Newick Cricket Club. We managed to raise over £1000 from the proceeds! Despite the late-night revelry enjoyed by many over England’s quarter final win against Sweden; the crowds still gathered to see the likes of ex-England internationals Devon Malcolm, Gladstone … Read more…

HEADSCAPES Art Exhibition showcases brain injury art

HEADSCAPES Art Exhibition

Our first ever HEADSCAPES art exhibition at the Jubilee Library in Brighton was such a success that we decided to extend our stay for an extra week. We were lucky enough to be visited by reporter, Robin Gibson, from BBC South East Today and a camera crew. Robin interviewed Katya Solyanko, one of our former clients, … Read more…

Natalie’s Hat Win

Headway East Sussex

Natalie Corrigan was the winner of our Headway East Sussex “Hats for Headway” 2018 competition. Her wonderful Windsor Castle hat design celebrated the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, now the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex. And the winner of Headway’s best individual photo prize… Natalie enjoyed further success when she was … Read more…