You are warmly invited to the next Due East Crime Prevention Forum at 10am Wednesday 25th May at Robert Lodge Meeting Rooms, Whitehawk Road, BN1 .Please do your best to attend.
The next meeting of the Due East Crime Prevention Forum will be held on Wednesday 25 November 10am at Robert Lodge Meeting Room, Whitehawk Road, BN2 .
Please do your best to attend and note the earlier starting time of 10am not 1030am.
Many thanks and best regards,
Open Public Meeting Monday 29th April 7pm St Cuthmans Church Whitehawk Way, BN2 5HE A meeting to launch the Friends of Whitehawk Hill to care for the Hill for wildlife and people. The Ranger Paul Gorringe will be there to talk about the Hill and its management. Come and bring your ideas along!
The next Due East Neighbourhood Council meeting is themed around health services in the Whitehawk area.
The meeting will include opportunities for discussion about key health and wellbeing issues and how they can best be tackled in collaboration by health services, patients and community groups.
If you are a Whitehawk resident and interested in health issues, please do go to the meeting!
Notes of a meeting of DueEast Neighbourhood Council Held at Whitehawk Library on Wednesday 23rd March 2016Present : Residents : Chris El Shabba, Anne Glow, Patrick Mckenna, Angela Kinrade, Christian Sant, Sandra Frape, Iain Ramage, Doris Connaway , Tony Martin, James ( from Bristol estate ) , Lynne Bennett, Liam Slade, Linda Miller , Bernd Sass, Charlie , Lenny Doherty. Visitors : Cllr Warren Morgan ( Leader of the City Council and ward councillor) , Christa Beesley ( Clinical Lead CCG ) , Richard Beard ( BSUH 3T’s project lead ) , Jane Lodge ( Patient Engagement Manager – CCG ) , Ben Miles ( Project manager City council lead on Whitehawk Hub project ) , Sam Warren – City council communities team , Richard Longrigg ( Development Manager, Macmillan Cancer Support ) , Harriet Knights ( City Council public health team) , Gary Collins ( fire service, community safety team ) , Peter Sutcliffe ( Trust for Developing communities ) , 2 residents from bevendean.1.County Hospital 3 T’s Development Project 2016-2024
Getting involved with the NHS and creating a community health action plan for YOUR Neighbourhood
Come and Chat about your Concerns, Priorities, and ways you think WE can improve local services
Tuesday 31st May : Drop In between 6pm – 9pmThe Crew Club , 26, Coolham Drive , Brighton BN2 5QW
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All Tenants & Residents of Robert Lodge are invited to attend the 2016 Annual General Meeting to receive the annual report, treasurers report and take part in the election of the committee.
Monday 1st of Februaryfrom 6.30 pmAt Robert Lodge Meeting Rooms
In aid of Macmillans Serendipity & East Brighton Bygones present...Tea Dance & Local History Celebration Wednesday 11th May Valley Social Centre, Whitehawk Way 2pm – 4pm
Come and find out more about the history of the local area Everyone welcome! Dance Tutor Dave on hand to help you bust some moves! Photo displays - bring your own and share your stories
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DueEast is the working name of the Neighbourhood Council for Whitehawk, Manor Farm, and the Bristol Estate
DueEast Brighton has been approved as a registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation Number 1155392
DueEast and SES are funded by the Equalities and Communities Team of Brighton and Hove City Council, and are assisted by Whitehawk Inn & Community Works