Together South works to support refugees and migrants in Hastings & Rother, helping them to connect with and thrive in their communities by providing English language lessons. All activities the programme offers are free of charge.  

Together South is part of Groundwork’s TOGETHER programme, a collection of projects delivered by Groundwork London and Groundwork South which support refugees and non-EU migrants to settle into life in the UK.

We also run the Together South programme in Kent and IMPACT in Bristol.


To find our more about the programme, contact Milo: Email: Mobile:07734605307

Focus Areas:

The aim of the programme is to support refugees and settled migrants in Hastings and Rother, by helping them to connect with and thrive in their communities by providing English language lessons. These are conversational English classes to communicate more easily with others in the community, access services and gain insights into UK culture and customs.

View our current online activities  

Make a referral:

If you would like to refer someone to the programme, please fill in the details of the person interested in taking part in Together South programme activities in the referral form below. 

Note: Filling in this form does not guarantee a space on Together South, we will do our best to accommodate requests however this will depend on capacity. Contact our team if you have any questions.

Referral Form

To discuss your eligibility or to find out more please contact us on:

Signposting Resources

Groundwork London have created a brochure for our Together South community in Hastings & Rother who will be moving on from our services. This brochure includes information about services and organisations accessible across the area.

This resource pack is organised by theme, and you will be able to find all the support you need from a wide range of organisations.

We hope that you will find this a helpful resource.

Case Studies:

Check out our participant’s stories below:

2020-2023 AMIF Funding
This project was previously funded by EU Asylum, migration & integration fund (AMIF). For the past three years, the programme has been developed and implemented by Groundwork through the support of AMIF which came to an end in December 2023.