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Annual remembrance event

A chance to remember

Since February 2017 Arch has hosted an annual event for local workers, patients and the general public to mark and honour the lives of people who have died whilst homeless in Brighton & Hove throughout the year. These have been poignant and significant events as we have gathered with many others to pay our respects and give a little recognition and dignity to those who often reach the end of their lives so early and yet unnoticed. We were unable to hold this event in 2020 and 2021, due to Covid.

However, we are delighted to announce that our next Remembrance event has now been confirmed:

Please check in on this website and follow us on social media for further updates. 

Below is a place to record the name of anyone you’d like to remember, who has died whilst experiencing homelessness. They will be remembered at our June event.

Remembrance form
A stand with candles at the Arch remembrance event

We will also be holding two other events at this time

  • A showcase of the work of Brighton & Hove Common Ambition project (15th June, 1-4pm, Clarendon Centre). TO ATTEND: Please email us if you are interested in attending so we can send you further information when it becomes available amd confirm your place (places are limited)
  • A conference day (Thursday June 16th, 8.45-5pm, Clarendon Centre) packed with input from clinicians and specialists to resource our work and get us all thinking and planning for a better tomorrow. We’ll be covering subjects including mental health, physical health, substance misuse and many more. TO ATTEND: This is a free event but places are strictly limited, and so you must register to attend (go to event webpage to access pre-registration form). This will also enable you to select your lunch option as catering is provided.

Please see a note from our CEO Gary Bishop on all of these upcoming events.

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