Read the first edition of the VCSE Alliance Newsletter – November 2022

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Welcome to the first edition of the quarterly East Sussex VCSE Alliance newsletter – the Alliance is made up of 19 local voluntary and community organisations who work across East Sussex.

This newsletter gives a flavour of some of the initiatives, projects and events that are currently taking place within the VCSE sector locally.

In this edition you will:

  • Be introduced to the Alliance
  • Hear about recent Alliance activity
  • Meet our newest member, Brighton Women’s Centre
  • Find out about upcoming events

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Contact the VCSE Alliance: 

We are keen to hear about your VCSE organisation and any future events or announcements.

To submit an item  in future editions or for further information about the Alliance, please contact:

Anna McCollin-Moore, East Sussex VCSE Alliance Development Officer: anna.mccollin-moore@escv.org.uk

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