A moment of your time on mid-summer’s day

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Today, June 21, is the summer solstice - the longest day of the year. And we want you to help us capture it on film.

Whatever you’re doing, wherever you are, whoever you are with - we want you to share it with us.

We want to capture a snapshot of life in Eastbourne on this day. A picture of how our community is living life and enjoying it to the full.

We are asking you to stop the clock and give us a few minutes of your time to send us your videos and your photographs.

At work or at play, having fun or just doing what you normally do on any Friday, why not capture it and send your clip to us.

Our own journalists and photographers will be out and about taking pictures and shooting video, but we want your contributions, too.

We will be producing a video compilation of some of your most interesting clips which will available for viewing on the Herald website by the end of the day. It should make fabulous viewing.

We will also be carrying a big selection of your photographs in the Herald next Friday, as well as on our website during this next week.

It’s all part of our “Summer of Love” campaign, to celebrate what’s best about our wonderful corner of East Sussex.

So get out there and get clicking!

If it’s video you are sending us, one clip per person please and no longer than ten seconds.

For photographs, too, please give your name and send all of your contributions to justin.lycett@jpress.co.uk

Just a few moments of your time, please, on this one summer’s day. Thank you.