Reboot - activities, clubs and support across Sussex
The Royal Air Force’s Cadet Force provide aviation-based training, giving young people confidence, leadership and team working skills ready to prepare them for either service in the military or to excel in civilian life.
Allsorts challenge exclusion, prejudice and discrimination in LGBT+ children and young people's lives. They provide specialist services such as group activities, spaces, support groups and one-to-one support.
Children and young people aged 5–25 who are lesbian, gay, bi, trans or exploring their gender identity and/or sexual orientation (LGBT+)
Parents, carers and families of LGBT+ children and young people
Youth groups and one-to-one service in Brighton & Hove, Horsham, Chichester, Worthing and Hastings
Becoming an Army Cadet has heaps of benefits: you get to take part in lots of exciting and challenging activities such as fieldcraft, adventure training, first aid, music, sports and shooting, to name but a few.
Young people aged 12–17
Various local detachments across Sussex
Two hours on one or two evenings a week throughout the year
In Guides you'll get out there and do something really different. You'll create your own campaigns, learn and share new skills, and fly down the occasional zip wire. You'll explore new places - Guides go on camps, holidays and trips, enjoy exciting events.
NCS is a government-funded scheme to encourage young people to become more active in their local communities, and to develop teamwork, communication and independent living skills. Each group designs a social action volunteering project for a charity of their choice to help enhance their local community, which further develops their confidence, self-awareness and responsibility.
All young people aged 15, 16 and 17, no matter what your background is or if you are at school or not
Two residential weeks: week 1 at an adventure centre for 4 nights and then a weekend at home; week 2 at a university hall of residence
Life-saving skills are at the heart of the Cadet programme. There is also the opportunity to use these first aid skills by supporting St John Ambulance adult volunteers at events. Some Cadets take part in a wide range of activities as they work towards the Grand Prior's Award.
The Sussex Police volunteer cadet corp (VCC) is a non-competitive programme of practical and police-related activities to support personal and social development, upholding the values and standards of Sussex Police.
Young people aged 13–18 – regardless of gender, background, disability, sexual orientation or ability
Have fun being part of a group of young people who get outdoors. Become a Wildlife Ranger and join other teenagers taking action to protect and learn about local wildlife, develop bushcraft skills, carry out practical conservation tasks to improve habitats, survey and monitor plants and animals.