There are lots of ways to get involved.
If your organisation is based in East Sussex and is interested in becoming a member of the ESSP’s wider partner group, the East Sussex Assembly, contact Sarah Feather on 01273 335712 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Send us your news
If you have information you want us to promote, such as your latest news, articles about a project or service you are delivering, useful events and public consultations, contact Sarah Feather on 01273 335712 or email email@example.com.
Meetings of the ESSP are open to the public and all dates, venues, agendas, reports and minutes are published on the ESSP website.
Participate in consultation
ESSP and its partners are committed to engaging local people and consulting them on their needs and aspirations.
Contact your councillor
You and your community will be represented by a county councillor and a local councillor. Contact them and tell them about your concerns and aspirations. Find Your County Councillor
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