Locality Networks

The Locality Networks are quarterly forums bringing together practitioners from the community and voluntary sector, public and independent sectors to share information and resources, build relationships and collaboration, provide opportunities for mutual support and learning and strengthen community based services.

The value of the networks is not only in providing an opportunity for people working within a locality to come together to strengthen relationships and knowledge about each other’s services, but also to create opportunities to work together to proactively address common concerns, and seize opportunities to build upon local successes.

Meeting details for 2018

Locality Date & Venue Theme Booking Contacts
Bexhill

Friday 7th December

Venue TBC

Housebound

tbc

e: Debbie Wilkins

Eastbourne

Thursday 6th December

9am – 1pm

All Saints Church, Eastbourne

Ways to access Health & Wellbeing without going to the GP Booking details e: Julie Tremlin
Hailsham & Polegate

Thursday 29th November

9.45am to 1pm

St Georges Catholic Church Hall

110 Eastbourne Road, Polegate BN26 5DF
Focus on Mental Health Booking details

e: Alison Sorlie

Hastings & St Leonards

January 25th 2019

Sussex Coast College, Hastings

Social Prescribing tbc

e: Teresa Flower

High Weald

Wednesday 7th November

Bridge Cottage

Uckfield

10am-1pm

Youth Engagement Booking Details

e: Donna Wilson

e: Helen Preston

Lewes & The Havens

Wednesday 12th December

Trinity Church, Lewes

A Festive Celebration: A Year of Achievements Booking details

e: Sue Dunkley

e: Sarah Gorton

Rural Rother 24th January 2019 tbc tbc e: Jen Wells
Seaford

Wednesday 16th January

10am-1pm

St James’ Trust (Seaford)

tbc tbc e: Min Stone

Documents

Core principles of a locality network
This document provides a framework for all locality networks to follow, so that there is clarity and consistency across the county.

Locality Network August 2018 Review – report
Outcomes from a review of the Locality Networks, to find out whether they were meeting the aims set out in the Core Principles.