TOWN COUNCIL: Members at Peacehaven Town Council agreed to purchase a Tommy silhouette to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of WW1. The figure will be unveiled by the Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex, Peter Field at the War Memorial site today, Friday, at 2.30pm. Residents welcome.
COUNCIL MEETINGS: The next council meeting will be on September 18. This will be a policy and finance meeting held in the Anzac Room from 7.30pm.
MP SURGERIES: These will take place every other week, from 10am to noon at Community House, with Lloyd Russell-Moyle. The surgeries are on an appointment basis only, contact 01273 550121 or email Lloyd@russell-moyle.co.uk
FOOD BANK: The Mayor of Peacehaven is supporting the SCDA food bank which serves clients from Peacehaven and neighbouring towns. Peacehaven Town Council has set up a donation basket in the foyer of Community House.
WRESTLING: Australian hell-raiser Josh ‘Shooter’ Zuccato is set to make his Peacehaven debut on the big autumn Wrestling Spectacular at the Meridian Centre at the end of the month. Tickets are available from the Information Office at the Meridian Centre, priced £10 for adults and £9 for concessions. A family ticket for two adults and two children costs £36. Telephone enquiries: 01273 585493.
MURDER MYSTERY: A Fete Worse Than Death with the Company Upfront will be on Saturday, October 6 at 7pm in the main hall, Meridian Centre. Currently discounted tickets are available at £12.50 from the information office or call 01273 585493. All profits are in aid of the Mayors Charities
RACE NIGHT: Will be on Friday September 21 in the Anzac Room, Community House, Meridian Centre at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Bring your own snacks and drinks. Entry for the event is £2 per person.
CAREERS FAIR: Peacehaven Town Council is delighted to announce that we will be hosting a Careers Fair for our residents on Friday September 21, 8.30am to 1pm. The event will be hosted in the Meridian Centre Mall with employers from various sectors as well as local education providers attending. If you would like to book a stall for your organisation or company please email: apprentice@peacehaven towncouncil.gov.uk The price for a stall is Just £5 with all profits going to the mayors charity.
BINGO: The next Bingo session will be today, Friday, 7pm. The Bingo evening is in aid of the Mayor’s charities. Eight games for £4 plus flyer and snowball games. Main Hall, Community House. Cash prizes.
CINEMA: The next film will be on September 19 with the showing of the Mamma Mia Here We Go Again. Tickets are available from the Information Office at £5.
SATURDAY MARKET: Tomorrow the market will be organised by Labour.
LITTER PICKING: Organised by the newly formed Clean Peacehaven volunteer group; E-mail cleanpeacehave email@example.com for details of the planned clean ups. Please see the Peacehaven Town Council website for further details.
NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN: Keep an eye out for consultation meetings on www.peacehaven towncouncil.gov.uk or Peacehaven council Facebook page.
COMMUNITY CAFE: Now open six mornings, in the foyer, Community House, Meridian Centre. Tea, coffee, egg, bacon, sausage sandwiches and cooked breakfasts available. Run by local charities. Monday and Wednesday morning the community café is organised by Sussex Pet Rescue.
KNOW DEMENTIA: Memory Moments Cafe. Everyone welcome especially those with memory problems and their family supporter. Every Friday from 10am to 1pm, Anzac Room, Community House, Meridian Centre.
DEANS SENIOR TEA CLUB: The Deans Senior Tea Club provides free, weekly, social tea clubs with a mission to combat loneliness and isolation in older age. We run clubs in Telscombe, Kemp Town, Saltdean, Seaford and in January we launched our Peacehaven club in the Meridian Centre. It runs every Monday, 2pm to 4pm.
MAYORS CHARITIES: The mayor will be raising funds this year for vital medical equipment for the town’s doctor’s surgeries.
PEACEHAVEN WI: We came back after the summer holiday to a very well attended meeting, including two visitors. Several outings were discussed for the coming year and names taken of those wishing to participate. A report was given on a recent visit by three members to Denman which included a trip to London, Kensington Palace and Embassies in Belgravia.
After a special tea to celebrate a valued member’s 90th birthday, with delicious cakes baked by her daughter, we welcomed Geoff Brown of the Macmillan Horizon Centre in Brighton. He spoke at length on the work of the cancer supporters and we were surprised to learn that the charity was started in 1911 by Douglas Macmillan in order to help and support those suffering with cancer to have the best possible life, particularly if they have no family or friends. There are so many ways in which this worthy charitable institute helps, ie involvement with football, Yoga, group sessions, advice on money problems, cookery workshops and many more. They are also in partnership with Boots and Age Concern. It was a very uplifting talk and, of course, they rely on donations, large or small.
Looking forward to seeing you at our next meeting on October 3. (Joy Allen).