Championing Young People


The Starr Trust supports young people aged 10–18 to fulfil their potential through sports, arts and education, by giving a helping hand to achieve their goals at a time when they really need it.



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    Sussex Students put on Fashion Show and raise £1900 for the Starr Trust

    20-year old Harleigh Slaughter from Brighton and around 80 of her peers studying Fashion & Textiles, Make-up & Hair and Bodypainting, showcased their work and created inventive and stunning looks for over 20 amateur models in this fabulous fashion competition.…

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    Our Golf Day on May 18th raised £4052 for local youngsters!

    Our annual Golf Day, now in its fifth year, was once again a huge success thanks to the lovely golfers who took part and our sponsors, Beales of Worthing and Collins and Hayes the upholsterers.

    52 players from…

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    An Update On Our Champion Jamie

    We are very proud to announce that the hugely talented Jamie is performing TAP ADDICTION at the Komedia Brighton as part of the Brighton Fringe this May 16th and June 4th/5th. Click here for more info and…

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    An Update On Our Champion Stephen - May 2016

    Our Champion Stephen has been training hard in Portugal this Spring.

    Here is his report on his time there:

    “Firstly, I would like to say thank you to everyone at the Starr Trust, for their generous help of providing…

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    An Update On Our Champion Nathan

    Nathan didn’t have a great winter in terms of his health, so his winter training didn’t go to plan and he was unable to take part in the London wheelchair mini marathon, which he was really disappointed about.

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    An Update on our Champion Stephen - April 2016

    Stephen ran the Brighton marathon 10k on Sunday, finishing in 6th position out of over 2,500 runners with a time of 32mins 14secs. Well done Stephen!

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