Category Archives: Charities

Some written comments about FareShare in Parliament


Along with the occasional written or speaking questions about FareShare which can be obtained from the Hansard or TheyWorkForYou website there is also another way in which FareShare has been mentioned in Parliament occasionally through the Early Day Motions that … Continue reading

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This week FareShare could benefit from many of us


This week is a financial campaign for FareShare Sussex that is a charity that is based in Brighton but which covers the whole of Sussex and also many parts of Surrey. FareShare is an organisation that I helped to set … Continue reading

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Thank you for your FareShare question Fleur Anderson


So I have planned a focus on FareShare on my blog on Monday which will also be included in the Argus newspaper which covers the whole of Sussex. After I had submitted that blog I spotted a question that Fleur … Continue reading

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Many of us are focusing on safer, cleaner, greener and …


This week strongly indicates that some of our local and national agencies and representatives and the leaders of our World nations are trying to make communities safer, cleaner, greener and more sustainable. Recently many people and Parliamentary members called for … Continue reading

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Some MPs have spoken about Modern Slavery


Over the last couple of days I have written about the call for MPs to focus on Anti-Modern Slavery and a focus on the 18th October as a day to raise this. The call emerged from our Arundel and Brighton … Continue reading

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Anti-Modern Slavery Week and this Day


This week is a focus on Anti-Modern Slavery which runs from Yesterday to Sunday with a specific focus on the Anti-Slavery Day on Tuesday 18th October. The image above came from a campaign on this date four years ago. I … Continue reading

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East Sussex MPs focused on raw Sewage issues


It is very encouraging when MPs raise themes in Parliament on behalf of their communities and so it would be fantastic if some MPs will introduce elements that are not currently listed on the Upcoming business for this week. One … Continue reading

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A very significant Wildlife thriving event this Sunday


A month ago on Saturday the 10th September there was a significant event due to take place for 16-25 people in Sussex organised by Wild Coast Sussex and Sussex Wildlife Trust at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill. The … Continue reading

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Will Church agencies attend COP27 along with Business?


It was very exciting to spot yesterday on LinkedIn that our Sussex Chamber of Commerce is promoting the COP27 event in Egypt next month. The link is here. Ana Christie who is the Sussex CEO focused on the involvement by … Continue reading

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The sad death of Garry Peltzer Dunn


Over the last twenty five years I have worked extensively with several Charities in Brighton and Hove and in Sussex. I was able to connect with many of the members of the Councils in Brighton and Hove and in a … Continue reading

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