Annual General Meeting 2019

The Devonshire West Big Local AGM will be held on the 20th February 2019 at Eastbourne Operatic & Dramatic Society.

Come along to our AGM for an evening of celebration, finding out about the projects we fund and how it is benefiting the local community. This is also a great opportunity to network with local organisations and groups.

A new Board is elected at the Annual General Meeting and we are looking for residents of Devonshire West as it is a Local Trust requirement that the Board has a resident majority.We currently have vacancies for Devonshire West residents’ members only. We are particularly keen to hear from parents and from diverse background groups in the area.

If you would like to find out more about the role of a Board member, please contact Giuliana on Giuliana.Bracciali@3va.org.uk or call 07398 659303. Please, feel free to share this invitation to anyone you think would be interested.

It would be helpful to know the numbers attending, so please click here  to register on line.

I hope to see you there!

 

Below is a list of all current board members:

  • Janette Calverley – Acting Chair
  • Adrian Ley – Treasurer
  • Steve Holt – EBC Councillor
  • Miriam Wilkinson – 3VA (LTO)
  • Sue Morris
  • Amy Hope
  • Brian Lawrence
  • Graham Button
  • John Chapman
  • Marie Wheeler

We are looking for people to come and join the board.

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  • 17

    Board Meetings

    19:30 -21:00
    17/10/2019

    Join us at our monthly Board meeting! Our board members are responsible for ensuring the £1 million Lottery Funding is used for the benefit of the residents who live in Devonshire West. Board meetings are a great opportunity to see if you might like to get involved!

  • 18

    Come and take part in our Focus Groups

    13:00 -14:00
    18/10/2019

    Come and let us know what you think of the Devonshire West area and tell us how you would like it to develop. We will look at the future priorities and plans and hear some ideas that you may have.

    Some of the discussion points are:

    • How can we enhance public open spaces for local residents?
    • How can we secure the future of heritage buildings for local residents?
    • How can we regenerate Seaside Road and Seaside area?
    • How can we ensure that local residents are financially included?
    • How should we invest in local community groups that provide services to local residents?

    Whatever ideas you have we want to hear them and we look forward to seeing you at our Focus Groups in the near future!