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  • Be Part of a new Patients Group in Whitehawk

    Are you a patient at the Broadway Surgery or The Practice GP surgeries?

    Would you like to provide regular feedback to the surgeries and work with them to develop their services?

    If YES, then come to the launch of the



    DueEast resident? (BN2 5)

     Come to next NC meeting 23 March 6pm Whitehawk Library

  • You are warmly invited to the next Due East Crime Prevention Forum at 10am Wednesday 25th May at Robert Lodge Meeting Rooms, Whitehawk Road, BN1 .
    Please do your best to attend.

  • Please fill in the form if you would like to book a stall or provide an activity / performance at the Due East

    Community Festival 2015.

    The event is being held on Saturday 18th  July 2015  in the Centre of Whitehawk from St Cuthmans Church on

    Whitehawk Way down  to the Crew Club and on green spaces in that area.

    The event time is 12pm – 4.30 pm and stallholders are welcome to set up from 10am .  Details of Set up and Take

    Down arrangements will be circulated nearer to the time of the event.

    The Cost of a Stall is : £8 for small community and voluntary groups , £10 for larger charities and £15 for Statutory

    services and commercial stalls.

    The proceeds from the Festival , which is run entirely by volunteers are all ploughed back into supporting community

    activity in the area.


    Notice of the next meeting or activity  to be held sometime in September will be sent out to you all.
    In the meantime I am sure you will not forget the opportunity to attend or participate in the 3 summer festival events in the area coming up 
    Take Part - at the Manor , Manor Road . Saturday June 27th 1pm - 4pm 
    DueEast Community Festival : Central Whitehawk, Saturday 18th July 12 noon to 4.30pm 
    Bristol Estate Community Festival : Saturday August 29th pm .
    Look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at these great events.
    Best wishes
    Graham Allen
  •  The event is being organised in partnership with the council and many community organisations in the city and is about raising awareness of food waste.

    We'll be serving up 5,000 lunches made entirely out of food that would otherwise have been wasted. A delicious solution to the problem of food waste.
    Date: Thurs October 29th Time: 11am - 3pm Location: The Level, Brighton Cost: FREE!

  • The next Due East Neighbourhood Council meeting is themed around health services in the Whitehawk area.

    The meeting will include opportunities for discussion about key health and wellbeing issues and how they can best be tackled in collaboration by health services, patients and community groups.

    If you are a Whitehawk resident and interested in health issues, please do go to the meeting!

  • A chance for local parents and carers to get together with local health service workers to talk about how best to improve health and health services for local families.
    At the Crew Club Wednesday 17th May 9.30 am – 12 noon.

    • Refreshments available

    • Free Prize Draw for all residents taking part

  • Hawks Community Cafe grand reopening Wednesday 22nd of November.

    Free gifts* - free raffle for £50 shopping voucher** - and ALL HOT DRINKS HALF PRICE ON THE OPENING DAY

  • The next Due East Crime Prevention Forum will be 10am Wednesday 28 January at Robert Lodge Meeting Room, Whitehawk Road.

    Please find attached the Agenda for this next meeting and Minutes for the last meeting.

    At the end of the meeting there will be a Prize Draw of Coop Store vouchers for those who have completed the Crime Priorities Survey Form.
    The survey form is available at Hawks Cafe, Whitehawk Library, the Coop Store in Whitehawk Road, from Bristol and Manor Farm estates and other Due East locations.
    Please find the Survey Form attached.
    This draw will be available to Due East residents only.

  • Getting involved with the NHS and creating a community health action plan for YOUR Neighbourhood

    Come and Chat about your Concerns, Priorities, and ways you think WE can improve local services

    Tuesday 31st May : Drop In between 6pm – 9pm
    The Crew Club , 26, Coolham Drive , Brighton BN2 5QW


    What is this about?


    10:15am to 1:00pm Tuesday 15th September 2015

    Jubilee Library , Conference Room 1

  • The scheme enables the members of the Brighton community to experience the Festival; ticket buyers generously make donations of £5 alongside their ticket purchase and this figure is matched by Brighton Festival.

    This fund is then put towards making tickets available for those who might not otherwise be able to attend. The Pay It Forward tickets can be redeemed for any available show in Brighton Festival, completely free of charge – we’re thrilled to offer an amazing line-up of performances to some of the wonderful charitable organisations and individuals in the Brighton area.
    Please contact if you are interested in which shows from he festival

  • In aid of Macmillans Serendipity & East Brighton Bygones present...Tea Dance & Local History Celebration Wednesday 11th May Valley Social Centre, Whitehawk Way 2pm – 4pm

    Come and find out more about the history of the local area Everyone welcome! Dance Tutor Dave on hand to help you bust some moves! Photo displays - bring your own and share your stories

  • After a year of working together with Brighton Festival and Brighton People’s Theatre, the community steering committees of East Brighton & Hangleton are proud to bring back Your Place for a second year, following its wonderful success in 2017.

    ‘Your Place has opened a door that we do not want to close again.’ Valerie Foucher, Hangleton Community Centre Manager

    Returning with another exciting programme of free theatre, dance, music, outdoor games and workshops, this year will also see bouncy castles, delicious food and more activities for people of all ages.

    ‘Very moving and touching, brilliant more and more please!’ Audience member