Meads ward stretches from Birling Gap, in the west, along the seafront to almost the pier at its eastern edge and includes the famous Beachy Head cliffs as well as the old fishing hamlet of Holywell.
We now talk of Upper Meads and Lower Meads to distinguish between the higher part of the ward, to the west, and the lower part closer to town. However, there are no official boundaries although Upper Meads is what locals traditionally referred to as 'Meads' and is the area within the Meads Conservation Area.
Meads is represented at County Hall by Conservative councillor Barry Taylor, and in the Borough Council by three Conservatives: Jane Lamb, Robert Smart and Barry Taylor. They are pictured above with Eastbourne's MP, Caroline Ansell, and their contact details are given below.
Your councillors are easily accessible to deal with community issues.