This week in Parliament: recognising Neighbourhood Watch

02 December 2016

This week in Parliament I had the opportunity to recognise the important work of the Seacliff Park and Sough Brighton Neighbourhood Watch groups. 

This week in Parliament I had the opportunity to recognise the important work of the Seacliff Park and Sough Brighton Neighbourhood Watch groups. 

My speech was an opportunity to look back on Seacliff Park Neighbourhood Watch's quarter of a century of service to the local community and to celebrate particular figures within the Neighbourhood Watch who have provided an exceptional level of contribution during that time.

I was also able to recognise the work of the South Brighton Neighbourhood Watch, particularly their successful annual Christmas in the Square event, bringing neighbours together and developing a sense of community.  

You can read my speech here