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Time to give: BHEAA raise £4,500 for The Clock Tower Sanctuary

 

Paul Taggart, Director of Hamptons International and President of the Brighton & Hove Estate Agents Association was delighted to hand over a cheque for £4,500 for The Clock Tower Sanctuary, alongside Tina Templeman from Mishon Mackay, who is vice president, and Sam Kinloch, treasurer from Clive Emson.


The money was raised at the annual dinner earlier this year and Paul hopes to raise a total of £10,000 during the year, and this amount goes a fair way to reaching this goal.


As Paul commented; “We are delighted to support this fabulous local charity which in turn is supported by over 40 local volunteers dedicated to helping the young people in this area who for one reason or another have fallen on hard times.”


The Clock Tower Sanctuary is open six days a week and is the only drop-in service providing all-round information, advice and support to homeless young people (aged 16-25) in Brighton & Hove. They provide a friendly, bright and, most importantly, a safe space for young people to engage with their peers and visiting agencies.


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