Latest News & Updates 2018
July - Eastbourne Pride 2018,
Princes Park, Saturday 21 July. The event in the park is full,
but you can enjoy the march. The colourful parade starts near the Southern Water waterworks at
11am (assemble from 10.15am) and goes along the prom to Fort
Fun where it will cross the road into the park.
16 July -
Flobbadob recykobob. Rather than throw away left
over plastic flower pots and trays, take them along to your nearest
B&Q store. The team at the Customer Service desk [Bill
and Ben?] will be happy to recycle them for you.
12 July - Premier Marinas
Response to Residents' Complaint - Premier have asked
us to publish this response.
anonymous concerns raised by residents at SHYC Apartments, Heritage
Quay and Hamilton Quay.
Premier Marinas received an anonymous letter
in April from a number of North harbour residents.
Concerns included speeding tenders and fumes
from outboard engines, noise associated with dogs, berth holders
using tenders to access the North harbour facilities and noise from
berth holders and their guests.
Premier are committed to the shared harbour
environment, and meet frequently with the Residents Association, the
Berth Holders Association and the Sovereign Harbour
Neighbourhood Panel (SHNP).
These concerns have been investigated in
detail, with measures taken where appropriate. Further information
is available in person via the Marina Manager, who is contactable on
01323 470099 or by email to:
11 July - Responsible Dog
Ownership. Lewes and Eastbourne Councils have published
guidance and information on dog ownership.
09 July - Cars vandalised in
Barrier Reef Way - According to a post on Facebook, two
cars parked in Barrier Reef Way recently had a tar-like substance poured on them while the
owners (NHS workers) attended the Harbour Medical Centre. The report
was posted on the
Eastbournians group on Facebook...
Click here for a screenshot...
If anyone has any information about this incident please contact
5 July - AGM DATE - As we announced below
and notified by email, the SHRA AGM will be held in the community
centre on Thursday 26 July
at 7.30 pm (doors open from 7pm).
03 July - Eastbourne premier
of Sea Fret by Tallulah Brown presented by
Green Room Productions
7.30pm 25-28 July at The Lamb Theatre. Rising sea levels
are threatening the ground beneath her house, but Ruby is
distracted. She wants one final blowout before her best friend,
Lucy, leaves for University. With the local community in favour of
letting nature take its course, Ruby must choose: follow Lucy inland
or stay and help her father hold back the tide. Book now.
Click here for
Welcome to the SHRA website
Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne, East
Sussex, is a large, prestigious, marina-side development of houses and apartments arranged around an outer tidal harbour,
four inner habours and alongside waterways and the shingle beach. It
is a great place to live, and a great place to visit!
Digging out the harbour from a huge area of vegetated shingle known as The Crumbles began in 1991.
House building commenced in 1997 and
continued for ten years.
More recently, a new
has been built and the
local junior school
More housing is under construction , and Pacific House, the first building
has opened. In late 2017, work started on a long-awaited
Sovereign Harbour Residents Association
(SHRA) gives Sovereign Harbour residents a strengthened and
co-ordinated voice in discussions on the management and
development of the Harbour. Read more about SHRA
here... The work of the Association is funded by a
one-off, life membership subscription.
Click here to
join SHRA... Membership brings
discounts from local
Thursday 26 July
Doors Open 7pm for 7.30 start
SHRA Members only
SHRA Newsletter and e-mail Distribution List. Our on-line (PDF) newsletter,
is published every second month. We occasionally email all members about important harbour news
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SHRA Website. Our website is frequently updated with reports on the work of the
Association and local news and issues. We also publish information
on harbour clubs
and activities, future
trades, and offer a page of useful
links. We welcome
Our Current Sponsors
Annual sponsorship by these local companies of
the SHRA web site and our on-line newsletter "Waterlines" supplements the Association's income and we
are grateful for their support. We limit the number of annual
sponsors to six. Our previous sponsors.....