Eastbourne vaccine centre is vandalised

A covid vaccine centre in Eastbourne has been vandalised.

Tuesday, 23rd November 2021, 1:11 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th November 2021, 9:07 am

A covid vaccine centre in Eastbourne has been vandalised.

‘Lethal injections’ was written in red spray paint on the Sovereign Harbour Community Centre in Pevensey Bay Road.

The incident happened on the morning of Friday, November 19, according to a resident.

The vandalism on the outside of the Sovereign Harbour Community Centre vaccine hub in Pevensey Bay Road, Eastbourne. Picture from Steve Knott SUS-211123-101630001

A spokesperson from the NHS’ Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group said, “Our staff are working really hard to make sure people can get their vaccinations and protect themselves and others.

“The graffiti in question was removed quickly. Anyone found responsible for graffiti may be prosecuted for criminal damage.

“Eastbourne Borough Council (EBC) has the authority to clean-up graffiti in public or council-owned spaces. Local people can report graffiti to EBC via www.lewes-eastbourne.gov.uk or the Report It (Love Clean Streets) smartphone app.”