To reach out to friends of Civic Revival who would like to participate in our sociable study tour of Bexhill but cannot attend in person for any reason, we have now set up a Zoom session on Friday 9 July, 3.00 – 3.45pm live from Bexhill Museum.

Peter Macfadyen, author of Flatpack Democracy 2.0 Power Tools for Reclaiming Local Politics, Peter Tyzack of Pilning & Severn Beach Parish Council, and other civic activists from around the country will discuss mechanisms to make connections and share experiences on how to get things done in communities.

Please register to join the ONLINE-ONLY session by following this link:

Attending the study tour in person

Meanwhile there are a few places remaining to attend our sociable study tour of Bexhill-on-Sea in person on Friday 9 July.  The final programme is set
out below and you can book via this link:


Join us for Civic Revival’s first study visit to the sunny south coast and come together with fellow localists and community democrats to share the success of Bexhill's newly established independent town council.

The programme has been designed to allow people to attend either on a day-trip basis, or to stay over for one or two nights in Bexhill or the nearby area.

Thursday 8 July, 7pm - introductory drinks & meal out in Bexhill for
those arriving the night before

Friday 9 July

11am – Introduction to Bexhill Walking Tour led by Cllr Viv Taylor-Gee of Bexhill Town Council.

12noon – Lunch

1pm – Walking Tour Part 2

2pm Workshop session at Bexhill Museum to discuss what we have seen and heard

3-3.45pm  Live Zoom link up with Peter Macfadyen in Frome, Somerset and
other civic activists from around the country.  How the Civic Revival community can share connections and experiences.

4pm Close.  Departures or option of late afternoon/evening visit to nearby Hastings.

The entire event will be conducted in strict accordance with current Covid-19 rules and guidance.

The event is free to attend but all travel, food & accommodation is at
attendees’ own expense.  We can assist with accommodation suggestions for the nights of Thursday 8th July and Friday 9th July for those interested in making this a longer stay.