Fancy Joining the Table Talk Movement?

Over forty diverse cafes have joined the Table Talk movement in Brighton and Hove, helping people to feel comfortable chatting to each other and encouraging friendliness. It has been such a successful idea that someone in Japan has contacted us about it, not to mention lots of people in the UK who are interested in setting up their own movement! We have had some great media coverage including from the Big Issue, we have been featured on Radio Sussex and have been so pleased that Brighton Buses have supported us by putting Table Talk Tables on their buses as well as advertising bus routes to Table Talk cafes.

We would love to have a hundred cafes signed up to Table Talk by the end of 2020! It is a great thing to be part of and of course  attracts new customers and offers you some good publicity.

There is only one thing which you need to know before signing up:

  • You will need a table for at least four people which you are happy to allocate to being a sharing table with a Table Talk stand for at least an hour a week

If you would like to join us then please fill out this form and we will get back to you as soon as possible to arrange a visit and supply you with the stand.

We are collecting this information to enable Table Talk (administrated by One Church Brighton) to set you up as a Table Talk venue. Your information won’t be shared outside our organisation and will be held on our online database in accordance with our Data Protection Policy, our Privacy Statement, our Confidentiality Policy and our Data Retention Policy all of which can be found on our web page http://www.onechurchbrighton.org/what-we-do/policies.  If you would like to see a paper copy please call the office on 01273 694746. If you are concerned about the way your information is being handled or you wish to notify us of a change to your information please contact our Data Protection Lead on 01273 694746 or email info@onechurchbrighton.org. We will make every effort to ensure that your concerns are addressed, however, you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioners Office.