Shoreham-by-Sea is holding a Summer Festival on Saturday 14th August. The Shoreham Independent Traders Collective and saydesignUK are putting on the event with help from
Bringing People Together
Preserving Shoreham’s strong sense of community through changing times
Together, we can make change happen for the better.
Most people in Shoreham feel a part of the community, value its friendliness and enjoy its varied events and activities. But Shoreham is growing and changing. We should embrace change for the better and make everyone welcome in Shoreham.
The strong community spirit already here can be fostered and harnessed, with the Council’s support, for the benefit of everyone in Shoreham to share and enjoy. To ensure that Shoreham’s ‘heart’ beats strongly, we all need to focus on bringing diverse groups of people together.
Whether you’re young or old, new to Shoreham or have lived here a long time, join the Shoreham Society
The Shoreham Society is hosting a series of online events under the title “The Shoreham Network” to give local groups a platform for informing residents
Most Shoreham residents love the town and strongly feel part of the community, according to an open survey by the Shoreham Society. But some residents,
Adur council’s plan for providing the first new first council housing in more than 30 years is progressing, with the first project well under way
A controversial planning application for the Kingston Wharf site in Brighton Road, Shoreham, which was deferred for design modifications, has been approved. The proposal is for 255
The Shoreham Society has called on Adur council to insist that new residential developments must have a minimum of 30 per cent affordable housing –