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  • East Sussex youth invited to set Commons debate
    YOUNG people in East Sussex are being urged to play a part in influencing the debates of the UK Youth Parliament at the House of Commons. The UKYP, the body that represents young people across the country, will head to Westminster for its annual debate in the Commons chamber in November 2014. East Sussex-based members […]
  • ‘Living library’ offers insight into mental health
    PEOPLE who’ve lived with mental health issues will share their experiences with library users at an event in Lewes. The Living Library will see people whose lives have been affected by mental illness act as ‘living books’ who can be ‘borrowed’ by members of the public for a conversation about their lives and experiences. The […]
  • Welcome news for bus users in the Hastings and Rye area
    EAST Sussex County Council and Stagecoach are able to offer reassurance to a number of bus users concerned about changes the council is proposing to make to some bus services in the Hastings and Rye area.  With the level of spending constraints the county council is facing, Stagecoach is pursuing further opportunities to develop its successful commercial […]
  • East Sussex leads way with new registration qualification
    TWO registration officers from East Sussex are among the first in the country to complete a new national qualification. Cathy Manson and Anna Goddard, from the East Sussex Registration Service, achieved the new National Qualification for Registration Officers, aimed at raising standards in the profession. The pair, whose duties include registering births, deaths and marriages, […]
  • Eating healthy while dining out made easier by new scheme
    CHOOSING a restaurant that serves up tasty, healthy meals could soon become a lot easier thanks to the launch of Eat Out, Eat Well. The new scheme enables businesses to promote their healthy eating options and health bosses at East Sussex County Council are keen to get more eateries on board. Co-ordinated by environmental health […]
  • Fund-raising run set to hit Link Road
    RUNNERS will get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to follow the route of the new Bexhill to Hastings Link Road before it opens. In May next year, Hastings and Bexhill Lions Club is staging a fund-raising 10k run on the new highway, currently being built by East Sussex County Council and due for completion in 2015. Watch […]
  • Spray Sprites make waves in national contest
    YOUNG windsurfers from East Sussex showed their class after achieving a top-three ranking in a national competition. Spray Sprites, based at the East Sussex County Council-run Spray Water Sports Centre in Eastbourne, finished third in the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) Team 15 National Windsurfing Championships. The team, made up of 14 members aged between 11 […]
  • ‘Bear with us’ plea as Uckfield work begins
    THE board behind a major improvement scheme for Uckfield town centre is asking people to ‘bear with us’ after work began on the scheme. Contractors moved in on Monday (September 22 2014) to begin the first stage of the £2.5 million Uckfield Town Centre Highway Improvement Scheme, removing and replacing paving and installing new street […]
  • Next step for Hailsham town centre scheme
    AN ambitious scheme to improve Hailsham town centre has taken another step closer to fruition after gaining approval from a senior councillor. Cllr Carl Maynard, East Sussex County Council lead member for transport and environment, agreed the £600,000 project should progress to the detailed design stage at a meeting last week (Monday, September 15). The […]
  • Early opening for section of new Link Road
    MOTORISTS will get a sneak preview of the new Bexhill to Hastings Link Road – months ahead of its official opening. A 0.6 mile section of the new route, due for completion in May next year, will be opened to traffic after the morning rush hour on Monday, September 29 2014. The opening of the […]

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