In 2017, an amazing 8,600 Bexhill residents backed the idea of a Bexhill Town Council. We need to speak up AGAIN in the final Review running from 13 January to 24 February. Nearly there!
The latest D4B news plus articles from near and far.
- Consultation moved to 13 JanuaryBecause of the General Election, Rother has delayed the start of the Community Governance Review, when they will invite your … Read more
- Steering Group gets their ball rollingIn the Rother District Council elections in May , the Bexhill councillors who are part of the Rother Alliance, promised … Read more
- D4B is back!Democracy4Bexhill is gearing up to spread the news to all Bexhill residents that in January 2020, Rother District Council is … Read more
Anyone at any age can feel lonely. Loneliness reduces the quality of life and has an impact on health and wellbeing. This Guide, just produced by The National Association of Local Councils and the Local Government Association, gives practical advice and case studies on what parish and town councils can do and are doing to help. Bexhill could do it too!
Friends of the earth say “Parish and town councils may not be as powerful as local authorities but they can “do their bit” in addressing the climate and nature emergency and be a force for change.” Lets get a town council so we can act on this!
Within 100 years or less sea level maps indicate parts [of] Bexhill could be inundated. Areas of west Bexhill, Egerton Park, de Le Warr Pavillion, parts of the promenade, and railway lines, are all at risk. Bexhill has no specific flood plan. A Town Council could help form such a plan.
It’s a lot to ask but so important.
Yes, yes yes, – in January, tell Rother District Council you would like a town council and why
There are many ways to get involved, and help speed this campaign to success! Check out the list of tasks that we would really appreciate help with.
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