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February 12 2014.

Following the resignation of the former Mayor of Seaford, Anthony White, part way through the municipal year, Seaford Town Council has confirmd that the funds raised during his term have been forwarded to his chosen charities: Waifs & Strays have received the sum of £1,401.67 and Seaford Down’s Syndrome and Special Needs Support, £1,401.66. The Council wishes to extend its gratitude to anyone who helped organise, took part in or attended the events raising donations for these deserving charities.

Further to being elected as new Mayor of Seaford on the 27th of January, Councillor Mark Brown thanked the former Mayor for his fundraising activities and has nominated his chosen charities for the remainder of the 2013/14 municipal year to be WAVES, (Working Along Side Voluntary Enabling Services), and Seahaven Storehouse. Whilst in office, Cllr Brown is looking forward to organising events to raise funds for these local charities.

WAVES is situated at 8 Church Street and is a charity that supports families in Seaford who are encountering difficulties within their lives. Seahaven Storehouse provides basic food items to individuals and families in need within the Seahaven area, located at Kings Well, 115-117 Vale Road, Seaford.

Seaford Town Council wishes all the best to Waifs & Strays and Seaford Down’s Syndrome and Special Needs Support going forward, and looks forward to continuing to work alongside the new Mayor to raise funds for his chosen charities.