East Haven Together

The Charity

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Meetings 

AGM

2018

AGM

2019

AGM

2020

AGM

2021

Trustees Meeting  November 2020

Trustees Meeting  December 2020

Trustees Meeting  

March

2021

Trustees Meeting  

April

2021

Strategies and Plans

EHT

Charity

Constitution

EHT

Communication

Strategy 

EHT

Sustainability

Strategy 

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Data Protection  Strategy 

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Visitor    Management 

Strategy 

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Web-site

Privacy

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Accounts

Trustees Report

31.03.2019

Trustees Report

31.03.2018

Trustees Report

31.03.2017

Trustees Report

31.03.2020

Newsletter

Winter 2020

Newsletter

Spring 2021

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Trustees

Wendy Murray

Karen Andrew

Ian Bancroft

Lynne Fotheringham

Nicola Keen

Christina Lyall

 

Our Achievements

Category Winner Best Coastal Village 

Gold Award

2015, 2016, 2017

Category Winner 2015, 2016, 2017

Managing Risk

East Haven Together take responsibility for managing risk seriously. However, we do not allow those with a vested interest in exploiting the anxieties and finances of community groups to paralyse our group into doing nothing.

We assess the activities which we undertake - put in place strategies to reduce any risks and  ensure everybody knows about it and training is provided if required.

Above all - we ask people to be considerate towards each other and ask if they are unsure about anything.

Make a Difference - Get involved - Every action counts!

The RHS provide useful guidance and very economic liability cover for community gardening activities

Community Gardening

Risk Assessment

Beach and Marine Litter Risk Assessment

Beach Management

Risk Assessment

Public Toilets

Risk

Assessment

Community Resilience

Many communities in Scotland have their own resilience plans which link to regional and national plans. East Haven is no exception. Due to the unique topography of the area and some specific problems, East Haven has had to be very resilient for decades. When we decided to formalise a Community Resilience plan we asked people in the village - "What do we need to do to become more sustainable as a community into the future"? The East Haven plan is  therefore an example of how diverse community plans can be. Resilience means different things to different people and everybody's priorities have been taken into consideration. Above all, resilience plans help communities to become stronger and respond to threats and unexpected events. They enable communities to manage themselves more effectively and become more sustainable

East Haven Resilience Plan