Seaford Police has donated cash to two charities in the town.
St James’ Trust received £150 to fund new dining room chairs for its lunch club.
The charity, based in Blatchington Road, is staffed entirely by volunteers.
It runs a range of groups and activities which cater for elderly or disabled people in the local area.
St James’ Trust chairman Brian Turner said, “Thank you we are very grateful for the donation.”
And another charity, SeeAbility Seaford received a donation of £350 to fund a new garden patio, which will allow the garden to be used all year around.
SeeAbility, based at the Bradbury Centre in St Peter’s Road, enriches the lives of people who have sight loss and other disabilities, including learning and physical disabilities,mental health difficulties, acquired brain injuries and life limiting conditions.
Bradbury Centre Manager Carol Somers said, “We are very thrilled to receive the money for the redevelopment of our garden.”
The donation comes from the Police Property Act Fund (PPAF), which made up of monies received by the police from property confiscated by order of the court and then sold.