Beacon Hub want your votes!
Beacon Hub Brighton are transforming the old Golf Kiosk that stands by the windmill on Beacon Hill in Rottingdean into a eco-community-education hub.
Sitting in the Beacon Hill Nature Reserve it is ideally located for hosting environmental education, training and project work as well supporting the National Park and the Living Coast project.
Beacon Hub aims to provide facilities for all members of the community reaching into Brighton and the surrounding area.
At the moment the building does host an open hatch cafe and some small groups which generate a modest income, but without a larger footprint and improved facilities to accommodate larger groups it will inevitably struggle to make the project economically viable.
Currently the building is unsuitable in size, requires structural, electrical, plumbing work, improved toilets, and facilities installed for disabled access.
Beacon Hub are aiming to provide a 'multi-use community facility which is driven by a care for its environment'.
To find out more and have the opportunity to vote for Beacon Hub to gain Aviva Community Funding please follow the link below