Month: July 2019

21st Birthday Bash

The Hillcrest Community Centre held a grand celebration on Sunday 21st July to celebrate its 21st birthday. Twenty-one years ago, a campaign by the local community saved the building from demolition to provide a community centre for Newhaven and the surrounding area. Surviving locals who spearheaded the campaign include Joan […]

Community SpeedWatch seeks new volunteers

Are you concerned about speeding and antisocial driving in your area, and have a few hours to spare each week? Community SpeedWatch (CSW) is once again recruiting volunteers for Sussex. We are looking for volunteer coordinators and operators in all areas including Seaford, Newhaven, Peacehaven, Woodingdean, Rottingdean, Lewes and Eastbourne. […]

‘Adopt a Station’

PartnershipAndy Gardner, Station Manager, Lewes and Seaford Railway Stations for Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has signedtheSeafordStation Partnership Agreement with Rodney Reed, President of the Martello Rotary Seaford. Also attending wereCllr Nazish Adil, Mayor of Seaford and Catherine Simmons, Education, Westcoast Way and Seaford to Brighton Line Officer,Sussex Community Rail Partnership […]

Seaford Mayor’s Summer Reception

Newly elected Seaford Mayor, Councillor Nazish Adil, hosted her Summer Civic Reception to help promote her charitable causes whilst in her term in office on Wednesday 17th July. The chosen charities are ‘The Youth Counselling Project’ and the Down Syndrome Development Trust, both based in Seaford. The event was held […]

What a Winning Weekend

Could any Sunday have been so action packed? Men’s singles final at Wimbledon- a true marathon match,the British Grand Prix at Silverstone and the nail biting cliffhanger of the Men’s Cricket World Cup at Lords. Could any day have been so full of action and tension? Hopefully all the right […]

Update On Significant Planned Road Works On The M23 The following works are scheduled on the M23, subject to weather conditions.Also, please see the safety advice given below. Saturday 13 July 20:00pm to 05:00am Lane closure leading to a full closure of J9 (Gatwick) exit slip Northbound. Diversion for Gatwick […]

Holiday Clubs

Sussex Wildlife Trust is leading fun-packed outdoor activity days for children across the county throughout the school holidays. From bug-hunting, survival skills, camouflage games, rock-pooling, to arts and crafts from natural materials; there is something for everybody. ‘Wild Woodies’ may join in the muddy minibeast mayhem in the woods, or […]

SATURDAY CONCERT

The lunchtime concert at St. Leonards Church, Church Street, Seaford is at 1.00pm on Saturday 13th July. The concert features an Organ Recital by the extremely accomplished Richard Dawson. Richard studied music at Oxford University where he was the Organ Scholar of Keeble College. Since then he ha a distinguished […]

THE WEATHER IS GOOD

…….and so is the countryside – especially by bus. We in this area are so lucky to live in such beautiful countryside and what better way to see it all than by bus. The main bus of the area is the Brighton and Hove 13X running the length of the […]

TWO MOGGIES FROM SUSSEX COULD PROVE JUST HOW CLAW-SOME THEY ARE BY WINNING THE TITLE OF “NATIONAL CAT OF THE YEAR”

15 FABULOUS FELINES NAMED AS FINALISTS IN CATS PROTECTION’S NATIONAL CAT AWARDS 2019, INCLUDING MONTY FROM EAST GRINSTEAD AND NALA FROM BRIGHTON 5 CATEGORY SHORTLISTS ANNOUNCED TODAY – WITH THE WINNER FROM EACH IN WITH A CHANCE OF BEING CROWNED ‘NATIONAL CAT OF THE YEAR 2019’ WINNERS ANNOUNCED AT CELEB-PACKED […]

SWINGING SEAFORD

Whatever happened to sleepy Seaford? On Saturday evening there were actually three live bands performing in Seaford town. Besides the Fabulous 6Ts who were playing the Royal British Legion Club as reported, The Corrupted played at the Kings Head and in the Old Boot customers were treated to a most […]

ITALIAN FOOD MARKET

COMES TO SEAFORD ON SATURDAY 13th JULY The ever popular continental market is back for another visit in Sutton Road. A chance to savour the tastes, smells and atmosphere of Italy and you don’t even have to travel. A chance for a change of culture. Do visit.