Over two years ago two couples from Park Avenue, Shoreham-by-Sea heard an inspirational talk at a meeting of the Shoreham Society about the planting of
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A voice for Shoreham-by-Sea
The Shoreham Society is an independent voice for all who care about the town of Shoreham-by-Sea in West Sussex. Its remit covers planning, conservation, development, the local economy, environmental issues and general local interest.
Formed in 1984, the society is a registered charity. It is strictly non-political and free from commercial interests. It works for the conservation of Shoreham’s historic architecture and the enhancement of the town’s environment by encouraging an enlightened approach to planning.
It has positively influenced a number of important developments in the town, working with planners, developers and architects to achieve significant improvements to proposals. And through its conservation award scheme it gives public recognition for projects which improve the built environment.
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Marilyn Stafford is a remarkable British photographer who lives in Shoreham-by-Sea. She worked mainly as a freelance photojournalist based in Paris in the 1950s and
When a new development is announced people often ask how the developers are going make a positive contribution and give back to the local community.
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Marilyn Stafford is a remarkable British photojournalist who lives in Shoreham. In 2020, she was awarded the Chairman’s Lifetime Achievement Award at the UK Picture Editors’ Guild Awards in London. She has recently published a book encompassing a wide selection of photographs from her international archive spanning five decades from 1948-1983.
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The conservation areas of Kingston Buci and Old Shoreham were last reviewed in the 1990s. The Council is about to run a consultation on their latest Conservation Area ‘Character Appraisals’ and proposed boundary changes.