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This year councillors were allocated ward budgets and in North Portslade we have had 3 extra cherry trees planted in Chalky Road to protect the grass verge but also trees are advantageous to wellbeing.
We also having posts opposit the school as a safety measure in Graham Avenue.
The surplus money has been given to PCF for historical photographic displays including mobile exhibition displays including portable stands, plus the restoration of a permanent notice board at Mile Oak Community Centre in North Portslade and using and rotating photographs from the display.
It will bring the community together through a community project run by Portslade Community Forum as well as give residents the opportunity to know more about and be engaged in the history of their local area and people.

FRIENDS OF ST NICOLAS CHURCH
There will be a meeting in St Nicolas Church on Thursday 19th July at 7.30pm (after the 7pm Mass) to discuss the potential of setting up a Friends of St Nicolas Church group. Everyone is welcome, please spread the word.

Here is a link you might like to follow to find out what's going on in our Portslade Community from day to day.
http://www.portsladelocal.co.uk/whats-on/4593924912

Portslade Old Police Station.

Please click on THIS LINK for the latest info. from the B&H Heritage Commission.
To view their programme of events hosted by the Commission click on
THIS LINK

To make contact with the Food BankThe Purple People Kitchen Foodbank
Regular viewers of these pages will be well aware of the good work done by the volunteers who run the foodbank each Friday at the Portslade Town Hall.
It is with a great shock that they have now received a demand from Fareshare, the organisation who acts as a distributing agent for donated supplies, that they will be increasing their charges for a weekly delivery from £600 to £1,750 per annum, placing at risk the work that they do for the needy without receiving some sort of sponsorship to be able to continue.
Read more on their Facebook page by clicking HERE
To make contact with the Foodbank, go to their page on this website by clicking on THIS LINK

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