Playing up a year, Henry won both singles and doubles in the Under 10s Sussex County Championships.
The Pebble Trust donated £3,000 to help students from Rox School of Dance and Drama travel to Spain.
Organist, James, has been awarded the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Music Scholarship to Eton.
At 15 years old, Hannah Martin, is the current senior British Champion in the Hoop and Ribbon events.
Volunteer cycle pilots take care home residents on bike rides around the city.
BOP is a substance misuse service for women and families.
The photo shows swimmer, Elijah, with some of his recent trophies - including Sussex ASA’s junior achievement award.
This day centre supports isolated and vulnerable older people in Brighton to socialise with their peers.
This organisation supports young, homeless people in our city and relies on its dedicated team of volunteers.
This community charity runs a variety of projects from its allotment in Hove.
The duo will receive £2,500 to tour their Brighton Fringe event to other festivals worldwide.
Talent grant receipient, George, travelled to Slovenia last week to compete in the junior males category.
This is a local support group for families with children who have an Autistic Spectrum Condition.
This great project works in one of the most deprived areas of our city.
Talent Grant recipient, Lea, recently represented the UK at the German Cup.
The event at Birmingham was her first ever senior competition.
She won gold in the Sussex County indoor 60m event.
Sussex University student, Sophie, will present her play, A Glass Half Empty, at this year's Fringe.
Martlets aims to provide life-changing hospice care for patients and support for their families.
FareShare's mission is to fight hunger and tackle food waste.
Sammy will bring his show, Sass Sex and Surrealness, to this year's Fringe.
Her debut solo comedy show, Rice T*ts, will appear at Junkyard Dogs this May.
From Sweden, this award winning group will bring their high octane event to Brighton Fringe this May.
Grant recipient, Tilly (red dress), wins her debut adult ballroom competition.
Charlotte Spencer received one of South East Dance's Pebble Trust Flourish bursaries. (Photo Credit © Sam Cohen).
This community based charity does amazing work in Moulsecoomb, one of the city's most deprived areas.
We've given £700 to Carden Tots drop-in playgroup.
We're happy to support for another year this fantastic creative writing charity.
We are pleased to support some of the cast members of BTG Youth's production of Fame.
Cain got through to the second round of the National Portrait Gallery's Taylor Wessing photographic portrait prize.