Community Bulletins

We’ve just put out a new Community Bulletin. If you are not on our Mailing List* you can still view it and our recent bulletins by clicking on the following links:-

Community Bulletin No. 27 – 01.12.22

Community Bulletin No. 26 – 06.11.22

Community Bulletin No. 25 – 20.09.22

Community Bulletin No. 24 – 06.06.22

Community Bulletin No. 23 – 04.02.22

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The Great Get Together 2021


The following roads will be closed for the Prestonville GGT 2021 on Sunday 25th July from 10:00am to 10:00pm :

Upper Hamilton Road from Lancaster Road junction to the Chimney House

Buxton Road from the Stafford Road junction to the Chimney House

Exeter Street Hall to the Chimney House

If owners of cars in those sections would kindly move them for the day so that Prestonville residents can enjoy the streets we would be very grateful indeed for your co-operatrion.

All those inolved with the event are volunteers giving their time for free in order to provide a lovely community day for everyone.

All attending are doing so under their own steam. ​

Please, for all of us, respect each other’s space, use your masks, sanitise, and stay safe.

Click HERE for FULL details of the programme of events for the day

Exeter Street Community Hall – 2021 AGM

Notice is hereby given that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of Exeter Street Community Hall Ltd, will be held on Friday 25 th June, 2021 at 7:30pm.
The meeting, for ESCH shareholders, will be held via Zoom video-conference .

Proxy Voting

Because this year we are holding the AGM via Zoom it will not be practicable to nominate another Member to attend as your proxy and vote on your behalf. Instead, the Chair of the meeting will formally act as the proxy for members who can’t or don’t wish to attend.

If you would like to record your votes in this way please fill in the proxy voting form and return it to the ESCH Secretary. He will count the votes and pass them on to the Chair of the AGM. To make it easier, this year you do not have to sign the form and scan it. Simply email the completed form by Wednesday.23rd June to the ESCH Secretary or, if you prefer, print it and deliver/post it.

Submitted forms will be checked against the attendance register to ensure that there is no duplicate voting. Exeter Street Hall shareholders are by and large very honest people but we are required to take all reasonable steps to ensure accurate voting results. All AGM documents are available here.

Police & Crime Commissioner Elections 2021

Police & Crime Commissioners (PCCs) are elected every four years.
The last election was in May 2016 and, owing to the election in May 2020 being postponed because of the coronavirus, the next election will take place on 6th May 2021.

The Polling Station will be open from 7:00am  until  10:00pm for those who have not used a postal vote and wish to vote in person .

There are FIVE nominated PCC candidates in Sussex (alphabetical order):

      • Kahina BOUHASSANE – Green
      • Katy BOURNE – Conservative
      • Jamie BENNETT – Liberal Democrats
      • Paul RICHARDS – Labour
      • Roy WILLIAMS – Independent

Further information about the nominated candidates can be viewed through the following link:

The result of the election will be declared on Monday, 10 May 2021