Shoreham Beach prides itself on our strong identity; friendly & inclusive community; & the natural, unspoilt beauty of the beach & nature reserve.
Shoreham Beach Residents' Association was established in the 1950s to serve the interests of our residents - young and old, and from all walks of life. Since then SBRA has returned independent councillors to serve residents' needs on Adur District Council - free of political allegiance.
Our current SBRA councillor is Joss Loader, who has lived on the Beach for more than 20 years.
She chairs our committee, made up of residents from across the Beach. We hold our AGM every February and communicate with residents via Facebook; our public noticeboards in Ferry Road and at Beach Green; and our e-newsletter.
We also produce a full-colour magazine three times a year, giving regular updates about Beach life. You can access the most recent copies by clicking on Beach News. If you would like to contact the association, or are interested in becoming a member, contact details are available on the "Meet the Committee" page.
If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com
Need help during the Covid-19 crisis. Please call Cllr Joss Loader - 07838-379599
Publicly accessible community defibrillators are now available at the following Beach venues: Click to view poster
The Church of the Good Shepherd Hall in King's Walk (jointly funded by SBRA and the Sussex Heart Charity)
On the wall by Atlantic Stores in Ferry Road (jointly funded by SBRA and the Sussex Heart Charity)
Outside the National Coastwatch Institution at Shoreham Fort (provided by NCI)
Outside the Moorings Club at Emerald Quay (Funded by the Sussex Heart Charity and the club).
In the event of emergency, please dial 999 and ask the ambulance service operator for the access code.
The defibrillators CAN be operated without training but course training notes are also available - click here