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Have your say on the town’s future

You could make your thoughts known on the future of Seaford by taking part in a questionnaire entitled ‘Why Should You Be Bothered?’.

Seaford Community Partnership is asking residents to help it set its efforts into priority order and to add to them through taking part.

The partnership is a voluntary body working with local clubs, businesses, councils and other groups who want to make the town a better place to live, work and enjoy life.

Questions are on a whole host of topics including health, transport, seafront improvements, sports facilities, social and cultural benefits and town centre improvements.

The mystery topic is the one respondents to the questions wish to add themselves.

To date the partnership has designed and part-funded the Seafront Exercise Path and Town Heritage Trail.

Leaflets for both can be picked up from the Tourist Centre in Church Street.

It set up the Town’s Youth Forum and the biggest achievemnent has been to raise the funds for building the Green Gym on the Salts.

The partnership’s Seafront Exhibition last year attracted 800 visitors to the Crypt.

Its feedback is informing council and voluntary plans for Seaford’s unique promenade and beach.

It also designed and set up the beach garden on the seafront near West View.

‘Why Should You Be Bothered?’ has gone in Seaford Scene, on local websites and online as a surveymonkey questionnaire.

Responses, to be in by Christmas Eve, can be left at Seaford Morrisons or the Tourist Information Centre.

The website for online responses is https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/KMXGN9G

In the new year, as a result of the questionnaire’s findings, the Partnership will relaunch its efforts for the town. It also plans to involve more of the 180-plus clubs and organisations in Seaford!

 

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