Eastern Bays Climate Response Network

The Eastern Bays Climate Response Network is keen to celebrate the efforts of local businesses to reduce their carbon footprint in an article in the  Eastbourne Herald. They would appreciate your completing the survey linked below, adding as many examples as you like. They would not mention the names of individual businesses, rather publicize the efforts of the business community as a whole. They’d love to hear from you. Survey link: https://forms.gle/d8ckZRe5ZcKtF8JU9 Hope you have a great and profitable summer, you deserve it – we are lucky to be so well served with services in Eastbourne. If you are a business and would like to be added to our emailRead More →

GROUP REPORTS FROM CLIMATE MEETING Find out more about the Climate Response Network We had a really positive inaugural meeting of the Eastern Bays Climate Network. It was great to see so many people engaging with people they had never met and the enthusiasm for positive action. I have attached the full list of ideas so those who were unable to come can see what was canvassed so far. If there is anything on the list you would like to become involved in let me know and maybe other groups will develop. * Meeting Wednesday November 16  St Ronan’s Hall – after that we may not meetRead More →

We are ordinary people in the community who volunteer by rolling up our sleeves to help with the needs of our community. When funds are raised the full proceeds go to the cause as Lions Clubs do not incur administration costs. This makes us distinctly different from other charities and fund raisers. People who live in the community know their communities needs and because Lions Clubs are autonomous, decisions about community projects are made at a grass roots level.  Lions projects tend to be very hands on, and we actively work alongside organisations that we support. Eastbourne Lions are involved in and support many localRead More →