The BMECP centre is a flagship building built as part of the New England Quarter development near Brighton Station.
The Centre which opened in 2010 supports a broad range of activities that are primarily designed to enable the Black and minority ethnic (BME) communities of Brighton and Hove to participate fully in the economic and social life of the city. At least 66% of the available floor space is given over to activities that support job-related training and enterprise development. BMECP has a good track record of working collaboratively in meeting the needs of BME communities. We have many volunteering opportunities available however, the current priority of the board is to:
Your role as a volunteer will greatly assist us in delivering these activities, by providing valuable ideas, support, and assistance. Through our volunteer programme, BMECP can offer you the chance to develop skills in the following areas:
We are always here to help.