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SRA Committee

We are a small and friendly committee eager to make Saltdean the best it can be. 

We are the official communication channel to your Councillors and our MP

We are non-political, pledged to working effectively with any party.

We are looking for members who can increase and influence we have and do more things for the community. 

If you are able to spare a few hours each month, you too can make a difference and influence how Saltdean looks and feels


Jon Ray

Jon has lived in Saltdean for over 30 years, having had a long-term relationship with St Nicholas Parish Church.

He runs an international training consultancy business and is a

Sessional Lecturer with a local college

He established the not-for-profit neighbourhood 'Cinema Saltdean'

almost ten years ago.

He is also Vice Chair of the Saltdean Community Association Charity

Whilst you're here!

You might be reading this to find out who is currently on the SRA Committee

Well, we have a tiny committee and we are all tying to do big things to make Saltdean the best it can be.

We need more people so that we can do more big things. 

In short we need you!

If you have an interest in community and would like to make a difference to where you live please consider joining us; we would love to have you onboard.


Jayne Cockburn

Committee member currently working on the Community Plan for Saltdean. Jayne has a long-standing regard for the look and feel of Saltdean and the environment

Rebecca Coyne

A specialist in Early Years Education with her own business 'Messy Boots'

Paul Keeley

Long-term resident and committee member active contributor to decision making in the community 

Eve Longthorn

Retired payroll administrator with an interest in community matters

John Longthorn

Long Standing Committee members and retired business owner 

Rieneke Vosmeer

Who is mother to 2 boys and one of the many dog owners in Saltdean. She loves walking and cycling in the South Downs National Park.

Members on committee

1. Protect the green spaces:

Saltdean Oval, the three greens on the Mount Estate, & the urban fringe

2. Support the renovation of the Lido building as a community hub with a library and cafe bar

3.Improve the A259

4 Prevent over-development, unless infrastructure is up-graded

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