Events diary

Unless otherwise stated in the event details, meetings are held at St Peter's Church Hall, Shoreham, at 7.30pm. Members 2, others 3. Tea & coffee is available and the bar is usually open.

FRIDAY APRIL 20th: Housing in crisis
In our series of open discussion meetings about local topical issues, Rebecca Searle from Brighton University will explore reasons why, for many, rents have become increasingly unaffordable and how housing policy has shifted over the last 100 years. Is there a solution to today's housing crisis?

APRIL 19th, 25th and 30th: Local election hustings
Candidates in the forthcoming local council elections are invited to meet electors and answer questions. More details on our news page.

Your chance to hear what the society has been up to and to influence its priorities for the year ahead.
After the AGM business, we look at the Land Settlement Association in West Sussex. This was a 1930s scheme bringing families from the depressed North-East and South Wales to smallholdings in Sussex to start a new life here. Did it work, and where are the remnants of this scheme to be seen?

FRIDAY JUNE 15th: Topical talk/discussion
Another in our series of events dealing with a theme of local interest. Topic to be announced.

THURSDAY JUNE 28th: Garden visit
As part of the National Gardens Scheme garden, this visit is to Old Erringham Cottage, Steyning Road, Shoreham. 8 including tea and biscuits. Details from Adrian Towler on 01273 463096.

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