Police donation help Hastings community centre

Ore Community Centre manager Mags Pawson accepting the donation from restorative justice co-ordinator Elize Manning, restorative justice delivery officer Nicky Fenner and police community support officer Anna Eason
Ore Community Centre manager Mags Pawson accepting the donation from restorative justice co-ordinator Elize Manning, restorative justice delivery officer Nicky Fenner and police community support officer Anna Eason
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A £250 police donation will help a community centre fund new flooring.

The Ore Community Centre is regularly used for restorative justice meetings so they applied for a donation from Sussex Police’s benevolence fund.

“We’re over the moon to receive this contribution from Sussex Police to go towards new flooring in our main hall,” centre manager Megs Pawson said.

“We have now raised around £1000 and hope to be fully funded by spring 2016.”

The donation comes from the Police Property Act Fund (PPAF) made up of monies received from property confiscated by court order and then sold.

Restorative justice co-ordinator Elize Manning, restorative justice delivery officer Nicky Fenner and police community support officer Anna Eason presented the cheque.

Eliza said she applied for it to return the kindness and support Mags and the other staff and volunteers have shown.

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