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Hollingdean News AGM

2nd May

Tuesday 7th May 7-8:30pm at Citygate@The Dip (119d Hollingdean Terrace).  Come along and meet the volunteers who manage and deliver Hollingdean News.  There will be opportunities to talk about the newsletter and the website, and to discuss future plans and developments.  All welcome – please call 07963 301 571 so that we have an idea Read more

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Joint LAT and Tenants’ meeting – March

10th Mar

The next joint Local Action Team (LAT) and Tenants’ meeting is on Wednesday 27th March 2013, 7.00pm at St Richards Church Hall, Beal Crescent. The meeting is an opportunity to raise any issues of concern; it can be about anti-social behaviour, the environment, fly tipping, or housing. Local councillors, Community Warden and the local PCSO Read more

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Joint LAT and Tenants’ meeting – January (2013)

8th Jan

The next joint Local Action Team (LAT) and Tenants’ meeting is on Wednesday 23rd January 2013, 7.00pm at Hollingdean Community Centre, Thompson Road. The meeting is an opportunity to raise any issues of concern; it can be about anti-social behaviour, the environment, fly tipping, or housing. Local councillors, Community Warden and the local PCSO all attend.  We Read more

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Joint LAT and Tenants’ meeting – August

24th Jul

The next joint Local Action Team (LAT) and Tenants’ meeting is on Wednesday 8th August, 7.00pm at Hollingdean Community Centre, Thompson Road. The meeting is an opportunity to raise any issues of concern; it can be about anti-social behaviour, the environment, fly tipping, or housing. Local councillors, Community Warden and the local PCSO all attend.  Read more

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Joint LAT and Tenants’ meeting – June

28th May

The next joint Local Action Team (LAT) and Tenants’ meeting is on Wednesday 13th June, 7.00pm at Hollingdean Community Centre, Thompson Road. The meeting is an opportunity to raise any issues of concern; it can be about anti-social behaviour, the environment, fly tipping, or housing. Local councillors, Community Warden and the local PCSO all attend.  Read more

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