The Labour Party in Devonshire & Meads

Eastbourne, East Sussex

We are working in the Devonshire Ward and the Meads Ward in Eastbourne to make it a better place to live for everyone in our community.

Time for Change

We need to bring about change in the Devonshire and Meads Wards but we can only do this with your help!

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Events Coming Up

Branch Meetings 

Thursday 12th September, 7.30pm at the Fishermans Club (just ring the bell).

Politics in the Pub

Come join us for friendly drink and chat at the Crown and Anchor.  We meet regularly on the first and third Thursday of each month from 7:30pm. It might be either upstairs or downstairs so just ask at the bar if you don’t see us.

 

News & Updates

Recessions have become rarer and more scary

The world has seldom been worse-equipped to fight a recession. Yet it has never had fewer recessions to fight. That makes the next global downturn difficult to imagine but it will most likely be a traumatic and unlooked-for event, more like the sudden outbreak of a...

What is modern day slavery?

Modern slavery is complicated and often hides in plain sight, as the National Crime Agency's Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Unit explains When you hear the term ‘slavery’, you may think back to when individuals were allowed to own, buy and sell others, before...

Food banks increasing in schools for pupils’ families

More schools in England are setting up food banks to help feed their pupils' families, according to the biggest school governors' organisation. The National Governance Association's annual survey found 8% of governors were in schools which had food banks - up from 7%...

Homelessness in Eastbourne quadruples in two years

    The number of homeless people in Eastbourne has more than quadrupled in two years, new figures reveal. A government report says there were around 41 people living on the streets in autumn 2017 – compared to 10 in 2015. Of these, 36 were men and five...

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