Are we all equally affected by the current social and economic environment? Lewes is seen as a wealthy town; politically and socially active and caring but without obvious aspects of poverty or deprivation. The town partnership however is aware that there are some people who may need help. The aim of the drop-in event on Saturday March 18th 10am – 1pm at the House of Friendship is for people to drop by, have a free cup of coffee and cake and find out about the wealth of self help and other support in place around the town.
A Community Swap Shop pin board will be in place for people who may have ideas for new projects, or can offer their time or help to others. East Sussex Volunteer Centre will have someone on hand to talk to; look out for Lee Shepherd.
Tables will be arranged under the following themes:
- Transport/ Getting About
- Leisure/ Health
- Housing/ Help with Heating/ Financial Help
- Wellbeing and Volunteering
For more information drop a line to Lewes Town Hall, High Street, Lewes BN7 2QS attention of Lewes Town Partnership or email firstname.lastname@example.org