Improvements Path made safer following fire

(Left to right) Melanie Bucknell and Holly King (both Neighbourhood First), Sheilah Roberts (Vice Chair of Eastbourne Homes), Sarah Roberts (Neighbourhood Caseworker) and Simon Crouch (Neighbourhood First) SUS-160330-125108001
(Left to right) Melanie Bucknell and Holly King (both Neighbourhood First), Sheilah Roberts (Vice Chair of Eastbourne Homes), Sarah Roberts (Neighbourhood Caseworker) and Simon Crouch (Neighbourhood First) SUS-160330-125108001
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The pedestrian route into Shinewater Primary School and the community centre is safer and smoother after Eastbourne Homes and Eastbourne Borough Council teamed up to fund a new pathway.

The 10 metre stretch of path is currently the only way to get to the school and community centre since last year’s fire. A total of £1,000 was spent on making the path safer.

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