Last week the “Back on Track” project – aimed at the children of alcoholic parents – held an exhibition in the Brighton Fishing Museum.
The project is now in its last six weeks as the funding ends at the end of September.
I’ve just returned from a visit to Austria to deal with a family emergency, having worked my way through the bureaucracy around testing and locator forms.
An interesting difference is that every venue required a test or vaccination certificate prior to service, as well as individual registration.
They make it work by having lots of free testing stations offering PCR as well as antigen testing.
While I was away, I have looked at my postbag and found, much to my disappointment, that the weeds situation is still out of control, despite Labour’s call for additional funding to help clear them.
I am also told that, for many residents, renewing or ordering new parking permits remains a big problem, not helped by the lack of good communication.
Your Labour councillors have been pressing council officers to try to get this resolved.
And we are calling for a limited face-to-face customer centre for those who need or prefer to transact their business in that way.
To read councillor Appich’s full column, click here.
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