THIRTY years of campaigning are being celebrated by the Shoreham Society.
The group aims to protect Shoreham’s interests by campaigning for the town’s built environment
To mark the anniversary, a fish and chip supper and film show will be held at St Peter’s Hall, West Street, on Friday, January 16.
The evening will include presentations of the society’s latest batch of commemorative plaques for outstanding local development projects.
Entry is free. Fish and chip suppers are £5, to be ordered by 7.15pm. The film, about life in the 1950s, will be screened from 7pm.
Ray Chandler, from the executive committee, said: “The society, which is strictly non-political and free from commercial interests, is a registered charity working for the conservation of Shoreham’s historic architecture and the enhancement of the town’s environment by encouraging an enlightened approach to planning.
“In the 30 years since its formation, the society has influenced many major development decisions and achieved significant improvements to key projects in the town.”
Visit www.shorehamsociety.org.uk for more details.