Extratime’s New Home

We have moved! Extratime’s New home is now Portslade Village Centre! We are very excited to share the news that Extratime has now moved to our new home at Portslade Village Centre! Young people with SEND deserve their own Youth Centre, so we’re creating a more dynamic, vibrant and inclusive space where all young people Read More

Waitrose – April 2019

We are really pleased to announce that we have been chosen to become a community partner with Waitrose at their store... Read More

Grub Club – New January 2019!

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The End of an Era…

After more than 15 years, our co-founder and Community Fundraiser, Marian Tipler, has decided it’s time for her to leave Extratime... Read More

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Different Planet Arts supported by The Chalk Cliff Trust, Sussex Community Foundation and Awards for All are offering the latest inclusive play skills training workshops.

The courses are available to parents, carers of children and young people with complex additional needs.

They are hands-on courses which will explore why we play, the benefits of play for your child, new techniques and play structures. The course will include reflection and discussion and is open to all parents and carers of children with moderate and complex additional needs. We will explore sensory play, music, multisensory storytelling, and movement and have fun!

Due to the generous backing of funders, they are able to offer places on this course for a special price of £25!

For more information please see the attached flyer.

Brighton – Inclusive Play Skills Training Course 10.30am- 1pm on Wednesday mornings on the 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th June at Phoenix Brighton 10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB.

To book a place please visit: buytickets.at/differentplanetarts
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A Parent’s Experience: Lorraine’s Story…

“My lovely boy has severe disabilities and autism and has been going to Extratime for 10 years. He started as a... Read More