VCSE Alliance Newsletter February 2023 – Edition 2

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Welcome to the latest edition of the East Sussex VCSE Alliance newsletter – an Alliance made up of 21 local voluntary and community organisations working across East Sussex.

This newsletter provides a snapshot of some of the organisations, initiatives and events taking place within the VCSE sector locally.
In this edition you will:

  • Meet the new Chair of the Alliance
  • Hear about recent Alliance activity
  • Meet our two newest members, Little Gate Supported Employment and Wave Leisure.
  • Find out about upcoming events and training, including partner events supporting ‘International Woman’s Day 2023’

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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

Recent Articles

East Sussex Community Voice are pleased to invite you to our Forging Links event where we will be showcasing a steel sculpture designed by a group of local young travellers and created by a local blacksmith.   The young people hope this event will bring together the local community to better understand the lives of

Healthwatch East Sussex, the local independent health and care watchdog, has launched a survey to capture people’s recent experiences of using the new Bexhill Diagnostic Centre. TAKE THE SURVEY HERE: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/BexhillDiagnosticCentreSurvey Healthwatch is particularly keen to hear: – How people are referred to this service – How they travel to the centre – People’s experiences