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The Mayor of Eastbourne, Cllr. Janet Coles, will be opening an advice exhibition to highlight the vast variety of advice, information and support agencies that are available in Eastbourne.
The ‘Help!’ exhibition, organised by the Eastbourne Advice Network (EAN), will house over 60 agencies from across Eastbourne and its surrounding areas.
All of the organisations will be on hand throughout the day to talk to people about a range of issues and concerns from housing, debt, employment and welfare benefits to issues effecting families, people with disabilities and young and older people.
The Help! Exhibition will be held on 4 February from 10am – 4pm at Winter Gardens, 14 Compton Street, Eastbourne, BN21 4BP.
Everyone is welcome and the event is free of charge.
For more information please contact Alison Burrell on 01323 340128
In a time of great change, it is important that people can continue to access high quality local advice.
Getting the right advice at the right time can be a lifeline for people most in need.
With big changes in Legal Aid and a range of welfare reforms plus an increasingly tough fundraising environment, advice services face acute challenges in keeping up with the increasing demand from clients who are facing more complex problems.
The Help! exhibition will showcase the range of services available to people in Eastbourne. It is crucial that we work well in partnership with other agencies so we can continue to help people at the earliest possible opportunity.
Alison Burrell, Chair of the EAN
As an Eastbourne business that works in partnership with many local charities, it’s a privilege to be able to support this vital networking event that showcases the range of support services available for people in our local community.
Nicky McCrudden from McCrudden Training – Official sponsor