A COMMUNITY centre that supports vulnerable people in one of the most deprived parts of the city could be forced to close.
The Whitehawk Inn provides adult education classes, support and advice for people living in east Brighton. But the centre, owned by Brighton Housing Trust, looks set to close at the end of March because the charity can no longer afford to run it.
Residents and service users said they were saddened by the end of a vital amenity in Whitehawk.
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Present: Anne Glow Jainene Healy Andy Silsby
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Attendance - Concern raised that some TAs are not aware of this meeting. It was explained that where a TA chair had given their contact details to SES they were included on the mailing however due to BHCC's Data Protection rules TA chairs contact details cannot be shared by their officers with outside agencies - SES follows the online guidance and provides information to the responsible RIO to be passed to the relevant person
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DueEast regrets to announce the sad death of one of our founding Trustees - Neil Smith - who passed away recently. Neil worked tirelessly on
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You are warmly invited to the next Due East Crime Prevention Forum at 10am Wednesday 31st May at the Valley Social Centre Whitehawk Way Brighton BN2 5HE
Please do your best to attend.
If you attend you will be
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