February 2020 Newsletter Apologies for the delay in publication which was due to surgery at Worthing Hospital, where all the staff encountered were absolutely wonderful. For our February Coffee Morning we hosted Turning Tides who are doing great work locally with the homeless, not just in finding beds for the
In the Government’s new Design Guidance, community panels or forums can be set up by local planning authorities or third sector organisations, such as Civic Societies, to represent the views of local communities by scrutinising plans, policies or applications. Read here to see how Epsom’s Civic Society are getting involved.
January 2020 Newsletter We started the New Year with Dr Sarah Renfrey giving our January Coffee Morning a talk on the work of Littlehampton Community Fridge, whose ethos is reducing food waste as well as helping the less fortunate, indeed, it is open to anybody and everybody. Look them up
First, apologies for the non appearance of a November newsletter; a seasonal bug took all your author’s energies for 2½ weeks, among other impediments too mundane to mention. So, our November coffee morning had Paul Sanderson, the chaplain at The Littlehampton Academy, as our speaker. We learned much about how
June 2019 Newsletter Look & Sea cafe will be opening for the “season” around the third week of this month so do go along sometime to welcome back our old gathering place. No news on the tower as yet. You can also visit our stall for Civic Day on Saturday 22nd June in the
PROTECTION, SUSTAINABILITY & RAISING AWARENESS OF HERITAGE ASSETS IN LITTLEHAMPTON We would like to bring your attention to the work of the local Heritage Group with a list of the forthcoming talks and meetings for the group: Tuesday 4th June – Meeting of the Littlehampton Heritage Group, New Millennium
April 2019 Newsletter The Woodland Trust was our guest speaker on 5th April, rather timely in view of the current concern over climate change. We were given a good overview of the Trust’s work to preserve, replant and aid new plantings of trees and woodlands. They are able to give