23 June - Pop-up Artisan Food Market - This Weekend!
Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th June - 9am to 2pm. Try something new this weekend at the summer pop-up artisan food market at The Waterfront, Sovereign Harbour. We have an incredible line up of local businesses in attendance with an amazing choice of food and drink items – locally sourced, produced and sold. Stall holders will include: Bahloo and Yhi, Booyah Vitality, Everything Spice and the Poppyseed Bakery, Harbour Pantry, Harley House Distillery, It’s Nut Why Cheese, Mo-Makes, Mrs McGoo’s Scottish Tablet, Nirvana Creations, Quay Fisheries, Riverford Home Delivery, The RNLI, The Rotary Club, Sussex Pies, Tea 23 and To The Rise Bakery.
22 June - Note of SHRA AGM published. Notes of SHRA's recent AGM along with the annual report and accounts have been published. Find them on the "About SHRA" page... You will also find there SHRA's updated constitution as amended at the AGM. The information slides from the presentation given at the AGM about the harbour seals are available clicking here...
21 June - Harbour WI June Newsletter published. A report of the Harbour WI meeting held in early June is available on the WI webpage here...
11 June - Leafleting Outside the AGM venue - We have published letters recieved from former SHRA chair Jan Weeks about the political leafleting that took place outside the AGM venue. Letters page...
07 June - Harbour Dolphins - Harbour Dolphins are a swimming / dipping social group in Sovereign Harbour. We started the adventure in November 2021. Harbour Dolphins get their kicks between the groynes opposite the Martello Tower on North Harbour beach. Swim times are: Weekdays 8am, weekends 9am and Bank Holidays 9.30am. Facebook page... Contact: Nancy Dickson-Fisher 07710 538 230
01 June - June edition of Waterlines published - the June edition of SHRA's online newletter is now available as a PDF on the Waterlines webpage...
31 May - Flood Defence Project's new website - The EA's Pevensey Bay to Eastbourne Coastal Management Scheme
is one of the largest coastal flood defence projects in England.
It stretches 15km from Cooden Beach to Holywell and will help reduce the risk of flooding to more than 10,000 properties. The project's new website containing additional information, resources and Q&As is at: www.pevenseyandeastbournecoast.co.uk
27 May - Convenience Store Opens - The new convenience store and off licence next to “Four Seasons” on The Waterfront is now open. Providing newspapers, milk, bread plus a lot more, it is open 7am to 10pm.
18 May - Harbour W.I. May newsletter published. Find it on the WI pages here...
05 January - B&M store for cinema site -[update decision delayed further after ESCC asked for furtrher details on traffic management] plans have been submitted to EBC for a B&M store ( www.bmstores.co.uk ) on the cinema site with a garden centre enclosed by a perimeter fence at the rear. The application can be viewed on the EBC planning website at: https://www.lewes-eastbourne.gov.uk/planning/application-summary/?RefType=APPPlanCase&KeyText=211058 EBC Application Number: 211058. Location: Unit 7, The Crumbles, Eastbourne.
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The 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. The work of the Association is funded by a one-off, life-membership subscription.
Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne, East Sussex, is a large, prestigious, marina-side development of houses and apartments arranged around an outer tidal harbour, four inner harbours and alongside waterways and the shingle beach.
It is also a busy commercial marina and a working port for the Eastbourne Fishermen. There is a RNLI lifeboat station and a popular yacht club. At The Waterfront there are restaurants, cafes and bars with regular events and entertainments with ample, free parking. It is a great place to live, and a great place to visit!
Begining in 1991, the Harbour was dug out from an area of vegetated shingle known as The Crumbles. House building commenced in 1997 and continued for ten years. In recent years a new medical centre has been built and the local junior school was enlarged. More housing is under construction, and Pacific House, the first building of an Innovation Park, has opened. A long-awaited community centre was in use by December 2019.
Membership is open to all households in owned or rented residential property located within the Sovereign Harbour estate, and owners of such residential property. Click here to join SHRA... Membership brings discounts from local businesses.
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 development, local transport, local trades, and offer a page of useful links. We welcome your letters, event announcements and photos.
SHRA Newsletter and Distribution List
Our on-line (PDF) newsletter, Waterlines... is published every second month. We occasionally email all members and subscribers about important harbour news or meetings using our confidential MailChimp distribution list to which you may subscribe to below (new members are automatically added). Our list is not used for any other purposes, nor will it be shared with any third party, and you may unsubscribe at any time. Subscribing to the email list does NOT make you a SHRA member. Join SHRA here...