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July 23 2013.

Councillor Sam Adeniji writes:
Following the success of the 'March for Seaford Health' in April, the Campaign and Action for Seaford Health (CASH) has held various meetings with the Health Stakeholders and Seaford GPs, including attending various meetings of the Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). We are continuing to keep an open dialogue with the CCG, to ensure the needs of Seaford residents are voiced.

CASH will also be holding a public meeting in September. This meeting will enable us to advise the people of Seaford on discussions and developments thus far. The meeting will also enable us, the people of Seaford, to come together and collect our thoughts 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. It is our aim at this meeting to discuss and agree a plan of action on achieving our goal of improved health services for Seaford. Please contact us if you would like to be kept informed. It is hoped that our local MP, Norman Baker MP, will be in attendance.

CASH is a very small, community , non-political group, set up by community leaders to actively campaign and voice the health needs of Seaford residents to campaign for better access to health facilities in the town. If we are to make our voices heard and achieve our goal of an improvement in health services locally, it is vital that we strengthen our base and form a strong group. We are are seeking other local people who, like us, want to see an improvement in health services in Seaford and who are willing to offer their time and skills to help promote the campaign further.

The AIM of CASH is to help bring together like-minded individuals who are interested in working towards an improvement of health services in Seaford.

If you would like to get involved further, please contact either:

Cllr. Sam Adeniji on 01323 875300 or by email at  


Cllr. Sarah McStravick by email at  

Alternatively, join us on our Facebook account 'Campaign and Action on Seaford Health (CASH)'