PATTERNS x The Clocktower Sanctuary: Helping Young Homeless People In Brighton

Local Brighton nightclub Patterns announces partnership with local charity, The Clock Tower Sanctuary, helping homeless young people in the area

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Since opening their doors almost four years ago, Patterns has become a key part of the local Brighton and Hove scenery; serving as a bar, hangout, gig venue, late night dancing spot and more. Patterns has become a part of the local fabric, and now they can announce can announce a new partnership ‘The Clock Tower Sanctuary’, giving something back to its beloved Brighton.

Patterns will be supporting The Clock Tower Sanctuary for 2019 and early 2020, donating money from each and every ticket sold through for the next 12 months. 

The Clock Tower Sanctuary are the only day-centre in Brighton & Hove for 16-25-year olds who are homeless or insecurely housed. They offer vital practical and emotional support to help vulnerable young people move from crisis to independence, providing an all important safe space for those who need it most.

In Brighton and Hove, a quarter of all homeless applications are filed by young people in this category. Patterns are looking forward to raising as much money and awareness for this fantastic charity. See more about the work they do here.

With the likes of Hunee, Nicolas Lutz, Special Request, or:la, Tirzah, These New Puritans, Bakar, Gilles Peterson, Baltra, upsammy, Jubilee and loads more on board for the upcoming season already, there’s a bunch of amazing shows to get involved with and support a great cause at the same time. 

Check out Pattern’s upcoming events here and make sure you buy the tickets via Dice to donate 20p per ticket to TCTS.