Toggle menu

Wheelie bins

Latest updates on rollout of wheelie bins for refuse in Lewes district

Councillor welcomes Old Town Youth Club support

A Cabinet councillor at Eastbourne Borough Council has welcomed 'vital funding' for youth services in Old Town.

Cllr Diplock

Cllr Diplock
A bid made by Councillor Peter Diplock and St Elisabeth's Church to the Eastbourne Community Safety Partnership, has secured £8,000 for the running of a youth club and the appointment of an engagement officer.

Councillor Diplock said: "Old Town is a great place to live, but we also have some of the most deprived areas in Eastbourne.

"There are lots of great clubs and activities for youngsters, but much less for older children. This vital funding will allow for more targeted activities and for a dedicated youth worker to connect with and support our young people.

"Like many of our churches, charities and voluntary groups, St Elisabeth's play an active and leading role in our community, helping to make Old Town an even better place to be."

For more information about youth services at St Elisabeth's in Old Town, please visit:     

More ways to receive our news

  • Keep me posted. Sign up to receive news and alerts from Eastbourne council by email
  • Our Social media

Share this page

Facebook icon Twitter icon email icon


print icon
Last modified on 23 May 2024