The new skate park for Hollingdean is nearly here! Hollingdean Development Trust (HDT) is hosting an exhibition at the Community Centre in Thompson Road. It will take place on 17th January 3.00pm to 6.00pm. (more…)
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News from Liz Lee (Community Development Worker) – Just to let you know we have been successful in our bid to Community Spaces for £49,999 for the skatepark. There is a meeting next Tuesday 17 August at 6.00pm at the Community Centre when the person who has been commissioned to do the drawings will meet Read more
There are still a few places left on the Aerial Circus Skills workshops at Coachwerks in Hollingdean Terrace. To book or for more information, contact Hazel on 07939 116009 or Abi on 07866 230540 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click on the image (left) to see the poster.
Good news from Liz Lee– she received a letter today (29 June) to say that the skate park project has been awarded £14,800 from the Youth Capital Fund. The letter says “we were very impressed with the hard work that you put in to make the bid”, so well done Luke, Max and James. The Read more
As previously reported, Hollingdean skate park is outdated and has been subject to vandalism. A common criticism is that it is ‘too out of the way’ and some of the skaters, especially younger ones, don’t feel safe. Your views are important and you are invited to fill in a short questionnaire (attached – Word version Read more
Good news! Hollingdean is a step closer in the journey to getting a new skate park. The bid submitted by Hollingdean Development Trust, for £49,000 to Community Spaces funding for the new skate park is through to the second stage. In addition a bid for £25,000 to Veolia is being prepared and will be submitted Read more
Good news – our bid for lottery funding for a new skate park is through to the next stage. So, we are one step closer to £49,000. I am waiting for written confirmation and information as to what is required – probably another long, more detailed application form to be completed! Liz Lee Community Development Read more