Hope For Homeless Concert

Posted by Annie Whelan · 1 min read

Hope For Homeless Concert 3rd February 7pm @ The Under Ground Theatre in Eastbourne:

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Seaview Carol Concert

Posted by Sue Burgess · 1 min read

The fabulous Seaview Carol Concert is taking place on Saturday 9th December at 5pm at St Johns the Evangelist Church, Brittany Road, St Leonards On Sea, TN38 0RD. Performances by Father David, Shadey Pines, Now & Then, Sound Waves Community Choir and our very own Seaview Choir will be headlining with Time to Shine. Refreshments and mince pies to finish. All welcome.

Seaview AGM

Posted by Sue Burgess · 1 min read

Wednesday 29th November, 2017 at Seaview 3pm It is with great pleasure we invite you to the Seaview AGM. Anna Barnes, Seaview Chair will introduce the meeting, Annie Whelan Seaview Chief Officer will reflect on our year and Tracy Dighton, CEO of CAB 1066 is to be our guest speaker. There will be a chance to look around the Seaview building and the Seaview Arts Group will have work on display. A buffet and refreshments will be available. All welcome.

The Big Sleep for Seaview 2017

Posted by Annie Whelan · 1 min read

The Big Sleep 2017 is open for registration.

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It may be cold. It may be hard. Support us in helping those in need Swap your bed for a sleeping bag and give homeless people in Hastings a better future. Headlining the music will be Hastings favourites Dr Savage and The Rufus Stone Band. Entertainment is free and open to all between 8pm and 10pm. The sleep out is a ticketed event which commences at 10pm in our cardboard city on the Stade. Exclusively for those sleeping out will be an unplugged set around the brazier from award-winning blues man King Size Slim and a bedtime story from a local comedian. Hot drinks will be available throughout the night with porridge served the following morning. Tickets for the sleep out are free but you need to fundraise a minimum of £25. Of course we’d like you to raise a lot more and there are lots of prizes to be won if you do!

Seaview is going to be an NHS digital health Pathfinder site

Posted by Annie Whelan · 1 min read

Under Widening digital participation in health and care NHS Digital with The Good Things Foundation will be implementing 20 pathfinder sites looking at Digital Health Inclusion for particular populations across England, Wales , Scotland and Ireland over the next three years. Each of the sites will focus on a different area of deprivation or exclusion. We are very pleased to announce that Seaview has been selected to be the Pathfinder site to develop models of best practice in digital health inclusion for those that are homeless. From September and for a year we will be conducting participative research and developing good practice modelling directly with service users and other stakeholders to help ensure that new use of technology and digital health includes access and benefit for our clients.

Click on the link for Seaview Spring Newsletter 2017

Posted by Annie Whelan · 1 min read

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