L A T E S T N E W S
The Rother Neighbourhood Watch Town Hall meeting is in Bexhill Chambers on Friday, 17th August 2018 at 13:30 with teas/coffee and biscuits. The meeting starts at 14:00 hours.
On Friday the 23 November 2018 we will be having our AGM at 13:30 where it will be time once again for you to put your name forward or to recommend someone you know to take over the positions of chairman, treasurer, fundraiser or committee member. If you wish to put yourself forward please could you contact me, Edward Kemp, at email@example.com by 09th November 2018 please.
THE LITTLE COMMON WACKY FAYRE AT THE WHEATSHEAF – REPORT AND PHOTOS
SATURDAY, 14th JULY 2018
Following the resignation of the previous Committee at the end of March, a new Committee was elected. Click here for details.
The joys and perils of business life are examined in a new book. The behind-the-scenes stories of some of the village’s iconic businesses such as The Post Office, Betts and Loyd and The Wheatsheaf, are vividly told in a series of interviews. More than a dozen businesses are featured in all. The book, called Roundabout A Year in the Life of Little Common, is written by village journalist Philip Elms and charts everyday events throughout 2017. It is available from Little Common Post Office at a special launch price of £9.99.
COME AND SEE THE VILLAGE FLOWER DISPLAY
ROADWORKS IN EAST SUSSEX
Go to this website.
DATA PROTECTION – NEW RULES AND HOW THEY AFFECT US
On 25 May, new Data Protection regulations came into effect and apply to all organisations holding customer or membership data. In our case, they require anyone who we contact by email, post or phone to have given their prior consent for this to happen.
We regret that, after 25th May, we are unable to send any future Newsletters or emails to those who have not consented. You may of course let us have it after that date by sending an email to NickBygrave@gmail.com, stating your full name and that you agree to the LCCBA contacting you by email &/or post &/or phone. To those who have not yet done this, we sincerely hope that you will as we want to keep in contact with as many residents as possible. The Newsletter will also be here on the website.
We also wish to reassure you all that any data we keep on you is securely stored and, other than what appears on our website or in this Newsletter, would never be released to any third party.
How you can Benefit
As a Member of the Business Association
You can be included on our website and advertise in our local directory and electronic newsletter free of charge as well as participate in our regular marketing campaigns at greatly reduced rates.
As a Member of the Community
We organise a Summer Fayre and Christmas Extravaganza for the whole family. LCCBA funds are used to provide the glorious floral displays in the summer, the Christmas trees and lights in the winter. We donate to local charities and organisations to support those who reside in our community.
If you would like to receive our Newsletters, please email : NickBygrave@gmail.com telling us that you would like to receive them, stating your full name and email and postal addresses. Due to the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulations, we will need you to state clearly that you are happy to receive email or post from us.
TO LCCBA MEMBERS: PLEASE LET US HAVE ANY CHANGES THAT YOU WOULD LIKE US TO UPDATE TO YOUR PAGE – EG. CONTACT DETAILS, NEW PRODUCTS, OFFERS AND SERVICES.
SEND THEM TO THE WEBSITE ADMINISTRATOR: NickBygrave@gmail.com
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This is a reminder of the Rother Neighbourhood Watch Town Hall meeting in Bexhill Chambers on Friday, 17th August 2018 at 13:30 for teas/coffee and biscuits with the meeting starting at 14:00 hours.