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HBC secures green homes grant on behalf of East Sussex

On behalf of East Sussex councils Hastings Borough Council has secured nearly £1m from the government’s Green Homes Grant fund to help households living in fuel poverty with home energy efficiency improvements. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 09:03 Friday, Oct 9, 2020 In: Energy Tags: Andy Batsford East Sussex Warm Home Check Service HBC Green Homes Grant Next Steps Nick Terdre Optivo RetrofitWorks rough sleepers

Surviving the Streets to provide Christmas cheer at the Y Centre

The Y Centre will be open over Christmas as local charity Surviving the Streets provides seasonal cheer for the homeless, the lonely, the elderly and anyone unable to provide for themselves. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 05:28 Thursday, Dec 13, 2018 In: Grassroots Tags: Asda Christmas homeless Nick Terdre rough sleepers Y Centre

Carol concert coming as Seaview’s work goes on

As Seaview prepares for its Christmas carol concert, the annual general meeting has learnt how the charity continues to find a way to provide a vital service to homeless and vulnerable people despite reduced government funding. Report by Nick Terdre, photos by John Stiles.

Posted 15:18 Monday, Dec 4, 2017 In: Grassroots Tags: Annie Whelan Big Sleep Chris Whelan Now and then rough sleepers Seaview Sound Waves talent Time To Shine

When all else fails, Seaview is there

You can call the emergency services if you need police, ambulance or fire-fighters, but there is another emergency service in town performing an equally important role – the Seaview Project, which helps homeless and vulnerable people and those whose lives have fallen apart but who can find no help from the official agencies. Strategy director Mike Cornish told Nick Terdre how it works.

Posted 13:01 Tuesday, Dec 15, 2015 In: Home Ground Tags: East Sussex County Council Fulfilling Lives Hastings Borough Council Nick Terdre rough sleepers Seaview street community Sussex Homeless Outreach Reconnection and Engagement
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