SEAFORD NEEDS CASH
May 7 2012.
In continuation of the campaign for improved health services in Seaford, a non-partisan Campaign for Action on Seaford Health (CASH) group is now being formed. The aim of CASH is to take the campaign to the upper echelons of power and for the demands of the people of Seaford to be heard by the Health Secretary in Whitehall and as far as Westminster.
Councillor Sam Adeniji is asking all Seaford residents to actively support the campaign, to give it a wider, non-political voice and to attend the CASH launch this Friday, May the 11th, at 6.30pm at Cross way Church, Steyne Road, Seaford BN25 1HT. The event will be attended by Seaford's MP, Norman Baker, as well as various health practitioners
The launch meeting will enable the people of Seaford to come together and collect thoughts and ideas as a community, to decide what immediate services are of priority and to help build a town based consensus from which to continue the campaign for improved health services in Seaford.