The James West Community Centre, located off Brunel Drive in North Hailsham, can be hired for community events, sports, business meetings, training sessions, youth groups and other events, as well as private function hire.
The facility consists of an 18m x 11.7m hall and can accommodate an audience of c.200 seated – plus meeting rooms, changing rooms, kitchen, P.A. system and on-site parking.
Residents are invited to a public meeting to find out more about the Town Council’s new Community Land Trust Committee and how to get involved.
At the meeting, which takes place at 7pm on Monday 24th September in the Fleur de Lys Meeting Room (Town Council Offices, Market Street), you will be able to learn about the process of setting up a Trust for Hailsham and find out how you can join our Committee and help drive the project forward.
Hailsham residents are invited to take part in a public consultation on Wealden District Council’s Proposed Local Plan Submission Document. The Local Plan sets out planning policies for growth and change in Hailsham/Wealden up until 2028.
The public consultation runs from Monday 13th August to Monday 8th October 2018. During this period, consultation documents are available for public viewing at the Town Council Offices in Market Street (weekdays, 9am-4pm).
Representations can be made and further information obtained by visiting www.wealden.objective.co.uk/portal.
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