Market Town Partnerships and what they do
Market Town Partnerships can play a key role in the regeneration of their towns and are made up of people from the public, private and voluntary sector. In Wealden the towns of Hailsham, Heathfield and Pevensey have all set up Town Partnerships or Community Action Groups.
How we support the work of Market Town Partnerships
- Wealden District Council Community Grants funding for organisations and groups throughout Wealden. Find out about the Community Grants Awarded this Financial Year
- Engaging Market Town Partnerships in the Wealden Strategic Partnership
Market Town Partnership Contact Details
Wealden has a mixture of community and farmers markets taking place on a regular basis across the district. They are ideal locations to buy local fresh, quality and seasonal food and crafts including bread, cakes, vegetables, free-range meat, fish, dairy produce, plants, jams, arts and crafts and much more! Visit our Local Markets (external link) page for further details.
A chance for licensees of rural pubs to broaden their range of services and work together to match community needs with additional services which can be provided by the local pub
Local Support Agencies
Action in rural Sussex was established in 1931 as Sussex Rural Community Council, and has worked with and for rural communities ever since. It works to promote the interests of rural communities including market towns and with community groups to help them manage change and achieve their aspirations.