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Your Borough Council's Future Priorities

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Between January 11th – February 10th 2019 Hastings Borough Council will be consulting on their Budget and Corporate Plan and want to hear views from local community organisations. Hastings Community Network are pleased to collaborate with Hastings Borough Council to ensure that local voluntary and community groups have an opportunity to input.

An open meeting will take place on 4th February 2019 at 2pm to allow local voluntary and community groups to:-

  • Hear about the Councils future plans from Deputy Leader Cllr Kim Forward
  • Raise questions, issues, ideas or concerns to feed into Hastings Community Network's contribution to the consultation process.

Hastings Community Network Chair Carole Dixon said: “It is a vital time for Hastings Borough Council and at a time when resources are really limited it is important that the community can express their views about the issues that are most important to them. HCN are pleased to be working with Hastings Borough Council to enable this to happen.” 

This event is organised by Hastings Voluntary Action and East Sussex County Council. It is one of eight Locality Networks supporting community resilience across East Sussex.

When
February 4th, 2019 2:00 PM   through   4:00 PM
Location
Hastings Voluntary Action
Jackson Hall, Portland Place
Hastings, TN34 1QN
United Kingdom
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Hastings Voluntary Action
9 July 5:30PM
To 9 July 8:30PM

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Jackson Hall
12 July 9:30AM
To 12 July 4:00PM

This event will bring together community, voluntary, independent and public sector practitioners who have an interest in ensuring that Hastings and St Leonards develop opportunities that are relevant to community needs /wants and involves local people, across generations, at all stages of the process.
Your contribution to the morning would be really valuable and there will be plenty of time set aside to network with the around 70 people that are likely to attend.

The Pop In at Central Hall
17 July 9:30AM
To 17 July 1:00PM

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