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Upcoming events events

Communities Against Exploitation: Keeping Your Business Safe from Financial Exploitation & Fraud – Wednesday December 4th 2019 – Bexhill

This FREE event is aimed at the business community and forms part of a larger …

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Mastering Social Media Workshop – Tuesday 10th Dec 2019 – 6.30pm to 8.30pm – Pulborough

Social Media Training specifically for Village Halls & Community Buildings “A guiding light in the …

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Mastering Social Media Workshop – Wednesday 22nd Jan 2020 – 6.30pm to 8.30pm – Battle

Social Media Training specifically for Village Halls & Community Buildings “A guiding light in the …

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Village Halls Week 2020 – Monday 20th January – Sunday 26th January – Nationwide

What is Village Halls Week? Village Halls Week is an annual and national celebration of …

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Latest News

The Rural Coalition Election call for candidates to commit to delivering fairer rural funding – November 2019

by Paul Dixon, Rural Evidence Manager, ACRE  A coalition of thirteen leading rural organisations is …

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Planning approved for Herstmonceux Community Land Trust – November 2019

We are delighted that Herstmonceux Community Land Trust (HCLT) have been granted planning permission from …

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Changes within the Action in rural Sussex Board of Trustees – October 2019

Thursday 17th October 2019 saw the 25th Annual General Meeting of Sussex Rural Community Council …

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Dementia research project is looking for people to help with their study – Sept 2019

Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with dementia in the past 6 months? …

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Village Halls Week – 20th to 26th January 2020

What is Village Halls Week? Village Halls Week is an annual and national celebration of …

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