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Promoting health in mind, body & soul

n 1934, Bexhill Council applied to the Ministry of Health for a loan of £80,000 to cover the costs of building the Pavilion. In 1934, Bexhill Council applied to the Ministry of Health for a loan of £80,000 to cover the costs of building the Pavilion.

One of the founding principles of the new modernist Pavilion was to promote health in mind, body and soul and, at the time the Ministry of Health was keen to support projects that promoted the good health of the nation. In the end, a loan of £78,000 was received. One of the founding principles of the new modernist Pavilion was to promote health in mind, body and soul and, at the time the Ministry of Health was keen to support projects that promoted the good health of the nation. In the end, a loan of £78,000 was received.

The architecture of the Pavilion provides spaces for outdoor leisure pursuits in the fresh, sea air and learning and social opportunities in the building . We are keen to continue to promote the mental and physical health of our community, proving specific programmes around mental health and wellbeing and to encourage exploration of ideas around identity and place. The architecture of the Pavilion provides spaces for outdoor leisure pursuits in the fresh, sea air and learning and social opportunities in the building . We are keen to continue to promote the mental and physical health of our community, proving specific programmes around mental health and wellbeing and to encourage exploration of ideas around identity and place.

The De La Warr Pavilion is a dementia-friendly organisation and our staff are trained as Dementia Friends.