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  • Major investment agreed to boost school improvement
    ADDITIONAL investment will help boost an improvement programme for schools across the county. In a bid to address concerns raised during a recent Ofsted Inspection, a budget of £800,000 has been identified to accelerate East Sussex County Council’s Excellence for All strategy which aims to ensure all children are taught in a school rated good […]
  • Plans for a more efficient mobile library service are given the go ahead
    CHANGES to mobile library services which will help save the taxpayer more than £130,000 a year have been approved by East Sussex County Council. A total of 90 stops made by the mobile library will remain unaffected, while 16 stops will be combined. Visits to 21 care home and sheltered housing settings will be replaced […]
  • Uckfield ‘open for business’ during improvement scheme
    A MAJOR improvement scheme for Uckfield will be timed to minimise disruption to local businesses, the group behind the project has said. The Uckfield Town Centre Highway Improvement Scheme project board moved to reassure the community after concerns were raised about the impact of the work, which includes pavement widening, new street lights and traffic […]
  • Smokers are encouraged to swap fags for gags
    The country’s top comedians have been enlisted to help smokers get through a 28 day quitting challenge. Stoptober 2014 – a nationwide public health stop smoking challenge – is encouraging smokers in East Sussex to swap their fags for gags, to help them quit for good this October. Top British comedians including Paddy McGuinness, Al […]
  • Changes to opening hours at three waste sites due
    CHANGES to the opening hours of three household waste and recycling sites in East Sussex are due to come into effect. Facilities in Forest Row, Wadhurst and Seaford will open three days a week from October 6, 2014. All three sites will open Fridays and Saturdays from 8am and 4pm and Sundays between 9am and […]
  • Link Road team fund-raiser shows Premier League class
    A MEMBER of the Bexhill to Hastings Link Road team is setting off on an epic football grounds tour in aid of charity. Stephen Lapthorn, a quality manager for HOCHTIEF (UK) Construction, will walk more than 500 miles visiting all 20 Premier League grounds to raise money for research into juvenile diabetes. Mr Lapthorn, 34, […]
  • Horsepower helps bring bracken under control
    HORSEPOWER was 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 spent three days at Chailey Common helping to pull rollers through the bracken in three areas. Jo Heading, senior ranger at East Sussex County Council, said: “It […]
  • Event highlights Conquest street light changes
    CONQUEST ward will be the venue for the latest in a series of public events on street light changes in Hastings. A public exhibition will be held in the area offering residents the chance to find out more about the change from traditional orange and yellow lights to new, energy-saving white LED lanterns. The event […]
  • Residents get their first look inside new Seaford library complex
    RESIDENTS were given their first look inside the multi-million pound library complex in Seaford The project, the first of its kind embarked upon by East Sussex County Council, began in October 2012 when building work started at the Sutton Park Road site. By February, the final bricks were being laid ready for fixtures and fittings […]
  • Iconic bridge reopens after major revamp
    RANGERS from East Sussex County Council battled the extremes of an English summer to restore an iconic county river crossing to its former glory. White Bridge, in Alfriston, has now fully reopened after being rebuilt during an eight-week refurbishment completed with £45,000 funding from the council and the South Downs National Park Authority. The rangers […]

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