Monthly Archives: October 2011

Fun day out for dads and kids at Hove Rugby Club

We’ve done softball for dads, we’ve done beach volleyball for dads and now it’s time to try touch rugby for dads…..(and for your kids too)…. Touch Rugby is a fun non-contact version of the sport that people of all abilities

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Five quick ways to support The Men’s Network today….

Do you want to take action to help The Men’s Network today? We are currently in the middle of a drive to raise £5,000 to support our groundbreaking work with men and boys and we have five simple actions you

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Free Halloween holiday for dads

The Centre for Separated Families is offering separated dads a free Halloween break with their kids this half term. The Centre has teamed up with the Family Holiday Association and Seashells Children and Families Centre to give a small group of

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FREE courses for Brighton & Hove dads

The council’s community learning team is hosting 4 new courses for parents and two of them are just for dads. Details are below: COURSE 1: FREE CONFIDENCE BUILDING COURSE FOR SUPERDADS Dates: Every Thursday for 6 weeks from 3rd November

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Getting more men in children’s lives

The Men’s Network is committed to helping more children in our city experience adult role models such as fathers, father figures, family friends, mentors and male volunteers and workers in education  – and is supporting an open evening for men

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Walk Like A Man with The Men’s Network……

Do you want to make this 5th of November a day to be remember by becoming part of team that raises hundreds of pounds for The Men’s Network? We are looking for a team of 20 people to take part

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Radical women writers come to Brighton

Two radical women writers known for challenging mainstream feminist thinking on gender politics are appearing in a double-header in Brighton this month. Erin Pizzey, founder of the women’s refuge movement in the UK who has criticised the feminist movement for

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