THE Hop 50+

“It’s so easy to get into a rut, stay at home and not get out. You need to get out there and find somewhere like this where you can meet people.”

Tony, Service User at Hop 50+

The HOp 50+

“It’s so easy to get into a rut, stay at home and not get out. You need to get out there and find somewhere like this where you can meet people.”

Tony, Service User at Hop 50+

The Hop 50+ is café and centre with over 1,000 regular customers. People tell us it is their lifeline: that they feel they belong somewhere; it gives a focus to their week, and a reason to get up and go out. The home-cooked food and great coffee, combined with good company and the resulting connections people make, all play an integral part in maintaining physical and emotional health.

June 2019 programme – click here to download 

July 2019 programme – click here to download 

Therapy Treatments / Health & Wellbeing Classes – click here to download

 If you want to contact The Hop 50+ for any reason, please click here.

The Hop 50+ is uniquely welcoming, with regular customers always ensuring new visitors have someone to chat to. A team of staff and volunteers work alongside the customers to develop and run groups and activities which encompass minibus trips, therapies, exercise, and educational and social events

The Hop50+ has a monthly programme of events and regular groups and classes with over 20 each week, including exercise, play reading art and IT 

Fridays hold the Hop Stop which is specifically for people with early stages of dementia. Expert staff lead a range of specifically designed activities making it an enjoyable and beneficial day

If you would like to get in touch please feel free to use the contact form, give us call on 01273 729603 or email us at thehop50@impact-initiatives.org.uk

GDPR Consent

“Today we are downloading the Brighton & Hove Buses timetable app, which will be very useful to help Debbie move around the city. Don’t be afraid of technology;  just use it for what you need and want to use it for. If you  just want to send emails or learn how to make and receive telephone calls, just focus on that.”

Bob, Tech Buddy at Hop 50+

“After talking to staff at the drop ins, I am now more confident applying for jobs and attending interviews”

Kayleigh, YPC Service User

“I don’t know where I would be if I hadn’t gone to Stopover. It was the first place ever I could call home and feel safe, and that someone cared about whether I came home or not.”

Chloe, Ex-Stopover Resident

“I love coming to WASP; there is always loads to eat and we never get shouted at. We have to stick to the rules and, mostly, we do. Garry always asks me if I have done well at school today”

Dan, Aged 9

Each year, we help over 6,000 people across Sussex. By donating today, you enable us to help even more. Thank you.