Latest News & Updates
24 March - CCTV has been upgraded at
Sovereign Harbour. Premier Marina say as well as the operation
camera upgrades, they have invested £20,000 to install four new
cameras in strategic areas of the marina, which will be supported by
a new 24-hour recording system.
23 March - A date for your diary.
On Wednesday 19 April in the Church Hall, South Street at 9.45am, Eastbourne Seniors Forum are hosting a talk by Trading Standards
Click here for details...
21 March -
An hour and half of your time that could help save lives. Free Basic Life
Support and Defibrillator Awareness training at The Waterfront. New
dates & times in April, May and June.
- This Thursday and every Thursday. A 3-mile
circular walk from the Sovereign Harbour to the Sovereign Centre.
Meeting outside Seasons restaurant by 10.30am. Lovely harbour and
sea views. Finishes at a cafe for refreshments. Co-ordinator: 01323
19 March - The Eastbourne International Hot Air Balloon Festival
(29th & 30th July) now has a dedicated web site giving further
details of the event and the associated attractions planned
March - Newhaven National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) needs
volunteer watchkeepers to help safeguard the lives of yachtsmen,
fishermen, canoeists and other users of coastal waters.
18 March - The Green Room
Productions presents Di and Viv and Rose at the Lamb
Theatre on Wednesday 29th March and running until Saturday 1st April
2017. Crackling with wisdom and wit, Di and Viv and Rose is
a humorous and thoughtful exploration of friendship's impact on life
and life's impact on friendship. Book now.
17 March -
Eastbourne Borough Walking Football Club
are recruiting. See poster on our Events page.
17 March -Latest information
regarding site 1 and site 8 Read more...
16 March - Pre-historic artefacts,
a sunken U-boat and WWII airfield are being revealed in a brand new
exhibition. The free ‘Living on the Edge’ exhibition by
Heritage Eastbourne and the National Trust opened on Monday 20 March
at The Pavilion, running until November. Read
Visiting Sovereign Harbour
The Harbour is an interesting place to explore,
with leisure and fishing boats, the sea locks, a harbour boat tour,
the lifeboat station and the many harbour and beach-side walks and
'The Waterfront' area at Sovereign Harbour offers a wide range of
and bars, some
shops, dental services and beauty, health and hair salons. Visit
The Waterfront web site
for further information and to obtain discount vouchers.
Retail Park has several large stores, including Asda, Boots,
Matalan and Next. The Waterfront and the
marina are home to a number of
companies offering services to the business and marine communities.
Eastbourne Fishermen have proposed plans for a Fishermens' Quay at
More info on the Eastbourne Fishermen web site...
Welcome to the SHRA website
Built on land known as The Crumbles,
Sovereign Harbour is Eastbourne's prestigious marina development.
Houses and apartment blocks are arranged around an outer tidal
harbour, four inner basins and alongside the waterways and shingle
beaches. It is a great place to live! In recent years a
has opened and the local junior school
has been enlarged.
Pacific House has opened as the first office building, and more housing is under construction
on three sites.
Sovereign Harbour Residents Association
Our Residents Association was
established in 2000 to give Harbour residents a strengthened and
co-ordinated voice in all discussions on the management and
development of Sovereign Harbour. Read more about SHRA
here... Click here to
join SHRA... SHRA membership brings
discounts from local
SHRA Membership and Sponsorship
The work of the Residents Association is funded by a one-off, life
membership subscription from members, supplemented by commercial sponsorship of
the SHRA web site and newsletter, "Waterlines"
Waterlines and SHRA e-bulletin
Our on-line newsletter, Waterlines,
is published at regular intervals. The latest issue can be downloaded from its dedicated website:
From time to time, usually, not more than once a month, we email
subscribers about updates to the web site, publication of
Waterlines, notice of meetings and other Harbour matters.
Click here to subscribe to the SHRA e-bulletin
SHRA Web Site
news page is frequently updated with reports on the work of the
Association and local issues. We also publish up-to-date information
on harbour clubs
trades, and offer a page of useful
links. We welcome
Live Channel Traffic
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