Category: Community

Anti Slavery Day

Today, Friday 18 October, is Anti-Slavery day and Sussex Police is showing support and continuing commitment for stopping all forms of slavery, human trafficking and exploitation. It reminds us to take a closer look in our communities for this hidden crime. Building on our previous external campaign in January which […]

Blooming Success

A glorious sunny, autumn afternoon was the scene for friends and competitors of this year’s Newhaven in Bloom Awards ceremony at Paradise Park which sponsors the event. Fine flowers, pots and water displays were all celebrated. Highlights were the glorious ‘living wall’ of flowers called ‘Summer Madness’, created by the […]

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. […]

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 […]

Really Want to Hurt Me

June-October2019 Shortlisted for the BrightonFringe Award for Excellence and following sold-out dates in London and Edinburgh Fringe 2018, Really Want to Hurt Me now embarks on a UK tour. This dark hit comedy from Flaming Theatre is about growing up gay in the ’80s featuring dance sequences and a soundtrack […]

SUMMER IS COMING

With the Summer finally starting to show itself, and lighter evenings there will be an increase of parties across the district; often noise/music related incidents are best dealt with other local authorities such as Environmental Health, or local Councils; if the situation feels like it may get heated or violent […]