The Eastbourne Seniors Forum (ESF) has been set up along with many others across the country to be a voice for the over 50s Membership is open to all who live or work in Eastbourne and its surroundings Following a very successful launch in 2008 we are now seeking to bring together all the members who have offered to get involved in some way or other and form and develop groups with particular interests.
Do click on the various links to other sites full of information on different subjects of interest to over 50s Importantly.
If you are unsure what to do after school or college, or you are looking for work and training, come to The BIG Futures Show on Tuesday 24 April, 9.30am-4.30pm at Eastbourne Sports Park.
The Show is the largest employability and skills event in East Sussex and is aimed at students from across the County as well as parents and anyone looking for work or training.
Whilst making our way there, an assault was reported over the radio close to the location so we assisted response officers in dealing with this.
To report crime and incidents please contact us online, email us at [email protected] call 101. Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at on last weekend's Operation Blitz activity Saturday night’s Op Blitz was taken over by our Wealden colleagues as all Eastbourne Prevention Officers were tasked over to Lewes but it was a quiet evening for them.
One incident of note was a call that we took prior to being tasked over to Lewes.
The seller then receives a fake, but official looking email stating they have been paid more than the asking price and to send the difference back to the buyer’s bank account.
In reality, no money has ever been sent to the seller; the bogus buyer has spoofed an email and purported to be an online payment company. It is important to remember that selling anything could make you a target to these fraudsters however the NFIB has identified that those offering sofas, large furniture and home-ware are particularly vulnerable. Always use a trusted payment method online, such as Pay Pal, and have the confidence to refuse unusual requests for payment like bank transfers.