Lewes for a Living Wage publishes its new information leaflet about poverty in Lewes today. Copies will be available at the Depot this evening and are being given to all Town Councillors. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an emailable copy or to order paper copies.
The new hourly rate announced by the Living Wage Foundation is £8.75 outside London. We are celebrating Living Wage Week by showing I, Daniel Blake at the Depot cinema, followed by a panel discussion on how to reduce poverty in Lewes. Panel members include Debbie Twitchen (Landport Food Bank) Jonathan Spencer (Bevern Trust) Nikki Plummer (East Sussex Credit Union) Jane Perry (Fitzjohn's Food Bank) Claire Duc (Lewes Chamber of Commerce) We will be launching our new leaflet The Lewes Divide, giving facts about poverty in Lewes, with the aim of raising awareness and inspiring action.
for a Living Wage will be showing I, Daniel Blake, followed by a
discussion on poverty in Lewes, at the Depot on 9th
November at 7.30pm. Cost: £8,
£4 concessions. Booking details to follow. The group will
also launch our new leaflet on poverty in Lewes. Our own short video is available here. The Depot is already a Living Wage employer. Living Wage Week 2017 is from Sunday 5th November to Saturday 11th November.