Events diary

TUESDAY June 22nd: Shoreham Society AGM
For our first live event for ages we are combining the AGM with a talk on the pioneering design of the new Shoreham Yacht Club.

Doors open at the Ropetackle Arts Centre at 6.15pm for meeting and mingling (within Covid safety precautions). The talk at 7pm will be followed by the AGM - a chance to hear what the Society has been up to and its exciting plans for the future.

Numbers attending will be limited by current Covid precautions but places can be booked via the Ropetackle box-office.

For members not attending, the AGM and talk will be live-streamed on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSj9BGifb_4

See the AGM agenda (pdf file) for the resolutions and details of how members not attending can vote or ask questions (by 11pm on June 20th). It can be done in various ways, including email.



THE SHOREHAM NETWORK

During the latest Covid lockdown the Shoreham Society hosted a series of online events under the title "The Shoreham Network" to give local groups a platform for informing residents what they're up to. Without necessarily endorsing the groups or their activities, the Society believes that community awareness and engagement are positively fostered when people know more about what's going on locally.

Recent Shoreham Network events:

Adur Health Partnership. Not only have the doctors in Shoreham and Southwick have had to deal with Covid-19, they have also had the excitement of a merger of three practices. Dr Mark Halloran of the Adur Health Partnership spoke about the last 12 months, the future and life on the GP front line. See the recording.

Adur Collective Community Land Trust. A community led solution to the lack of truly affordable housing for many people living and working in Adur. The Community Land Trust is a new organisation that wants to develop community led housing, providing affordable, decent and secure homes for those priced out of the private market. See the recording. Here also is the Powerpoint presentation given during the session.

Earlier events in the series included presentations by EnjoyShorehamBySea, Shoreham-by-Cycle, Ropetackle Arts Centre, Tom Foolery, Green Tides and St Mary's Church.


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