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Want a hand to stop smoking?

We're on your team

Albion in the Community now offers FREE one-to-one and group support to stop smoking in your local area.

If you are ready to stop, we are ready to help you.

Call or text QUIT to: 07876 898023 for more information.

or email:speakup@albioninthecommunity.org.uk

Taxi Outreach- each Monday, 11am to 1pm

Meet us for a chat along side our taxi, find out how to spot the signs of early cancer and what to do next.

Let us point you in the right direction to the help you need.

We travel to a different location across the Brighton & Hove area each Monday 11am to 1pm.

Locations:

1st April - The Highway (outside parade of shops) Moulscoomb Brighton BN2 4GB

8th April - Whitehawk Inn, Whitehawk Road, Whitehawk, Brighton BN2 5NS

15th April - Station Road (outside Tesco) Portslade BN41 1GB

29th April -  Coldean Pharmacy, 10 Beatty Avenue, Coldean, Brighton BN1 9ED

13th May - Whitehawk Inn, Whitehawk Road, Whitehawk, Brighton BN2 5NS

20th May - The Real Junk Food, Leybourne Parade, Bevendean BN2 4LW  

3rd June - West Way (parade of shops) Hangleton BN3 8LD

10th June - Whitehawk Inn, Whitehawk Road, Whitehawk, Brighton BN2 5NS

17th June - Coldean Pharmacy, 10 Beatty Avenue, Coldean, Brighton BN1 9ED

Bike Balls 10K Night Ride

Join us for a fun Friday night social cycle ride between the American Express Community Stadium and the British Airways i360 and do your bit to help raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of testicular cancer.

Our Bike Balls 10k Night Ride is taking place on Friday 3 May and entry is just £15.

For that you receive:
- A medal.
- A pair of Bike Balls bike lights, worth more than £12.
- A cycling bib to wear on the night and keep.
- Free parking at the start line.
- Refreshments at the finish line.

Around 2,300 men are diagnosed with testicular cancer every year; that is more than six every day.

But, if caught early, 95% of testicular cancers can be successfully treated, so it is incredibly important to know what to look out for.

We are working hard to share those signs and symptoms, but we need your support.