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  • Don’t miss out on bus service consultation
    PEOPLE are being urged not to miss out on the chance to have their say on proposed changes to taxpayer-funded bus services in East Sussex. East Sussex County Council’s 12-week public consultation on proposed changes to the routes it subsidises in the county runs until Sunday, September 28 2014. Under the proposals, supported bus services […]
  • Link Road offers route to success for students
    STUDENTS from college and university have been given a chance to gain practical experience away from their courses on the Bexhill to Hastings Link Road. They have been working on a range of civil engineering, planning and environmental activities on the scheme – some for months, and one on a placement that has lasted a […]
  • Joining forces to combat mail fraud
    A PIONEERING East Sussex-based anti-scams team is joining forces with the postal service in a new initiative to combat mail fraud. The National Trading Standards Scams Team, hosted by East Sussex Trading Standards, has teamed up with Royal Mail to crack down on companies which send scam mail. The partnership will see a new, improved […]
  • Chairman joins tributes to fallen of Dieppe raid
    THE ceremonial head of East Sussex County Council has paid tribute to those who lost their lives on one of the darkest days of World War Two. Council chairman Cllr Colin Belsey joined other East Sussex dignitaries in marking the 72nd anniversary of the Dieppe Raid of August 19 1942 during a visit to the […]
  • Recording Remembrance in East Sussex
    WAR memorials across East Sussex are to be recorded as part of a project to commemorate the First World War. Residents are being invited to research war memorials in East and West Sussex and Brighton and Hove, as part of Recording Remembrance – a project launched by East Sussex and West Sussex County Councils’ Archaeology […]
  • Free school meals will boost health and save cash
    PARENTS in East Sussex could save hundreds of pounds and secure a healthier future for their child with the introduction of free school meals for infants. The Government’s Universal Infant Free School Meals programme will be rolled out across the country for the first time when schools return from the summer holidays next week. The […]
  • Diverting waste from landfill saves taxpayer £22,000
    A DECISION to divert waste away from landfill during a planned shutdown of Newhaven Energy Recovery Facility has saved taxpayers around £22,000. Every year the Newhaven plant needs to be shutdown to allow Veolia to carry out essential annual maintenance on the steam turbines, chimneys and specialised equipment. Thanks to a deal negotiated by East […]
  • Horsepower will help bring bracken under control
    HORSEPOWER will be called upon to bring bracken under control and protect the historic heathland on Chailey Common Local Nature Reserve. Horses from the Working Horse Trust in Eridge will be at Chailey Common for three days helping to pull rollers through the bracken in three areas. Jo Heading, senior ranger at East Sussex County […]
  • Community meals event will help decide service future
    AS part of a consultation on how the meals in the community are provided and funded, East Sussex County Council is hosting an information event. The event will bring together residents that have meals delivered to their home and potential service providers at The Civic Centre in Uckfield on Wednesday, September 3 2014. Representatives from […]
  • Latest event on street light changes
    THE latest of a series of public exhibitions will highlight changes to street lighting in an area of St Leonards. The event in Wishing Tree ward will offer people the chance to find out more about the switch from old-style orange and yellow lights to modern, energy-efficient white LED lanterns. It will be held at […]

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