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  • New jobs created thanks to social enterprise cash boost
    PROJECTS that will create local jobs and apprenticeships have been given a £500,000 funding boost. A total of 10 applicants were successful in their bid for a share of East Sussex County Council’s Social Business Investment Fund. Social enterprises were invited to apply for financial help in delivering projects that would create jobs for disadvantaged […]
  • Coastal route reopens in time for Easter
    A SECTION of coastal path damaged by severe winter weather has reopened – in time for the Easter bank holiday weekend. Part of the Bulverhythe Coastal Link between Hastings and Bexhill was left damaged by a severe storm in October and forced to close after being battered by three subsequent storms. The damaged 300m section […]
  • Conference allows young people to be Inspired
    YOUNG people from across East Sussex came together to take part in a gathering to discuss the issues which matter to them. The Inspire! Youth Conference brought together 130 young people to find out about groups, campaigns and activities they and their peers are involved in and nationally. The East Sussex County Council-run event, held […]
  • Suspended sentence for teen rogue trader
    A TEENAGE rogue trader who preyed on residents in East Sussex has been handed a suspended custodial sentence. Michael Casey ‘cold-called’ householders in Willingdon, Eastbourne, offering to replace their driveways, but hiked up his prices once they had agreed to employ his services. Lewes Crown Court heard Casey, trading as J&M Stonecraft, delivered poor quality work […]
  • Share the joy of reading for World Book Night
    LIBRARIES across East Sussex will be taking part in a global initiative aimed at encouraging people to read for pleasure. On Wednesday, April 23 2014, East Sussex County Council is supporting World Book Night, which encourages people to give books to those who don’t regularly read. Twelve libraries in the county will act as distribution […]
  • County council nominates charity as ‘Public Health Hero’
    A CHURCH-in-community organisation supporting older people in East Sussex has received special recognition as a ‘Public Health Hero’. Rotherfield St Martin was nominated by Cynthia Lyons, East Sussex County Council’s Acting Director of Public Health, to receive recognition for its vital work within the community. Directors of Public Health across the country were asked to […]
  • Have your say on proposals to reshape Hailsham town centre
    PRESS RELEASE ISSUED ON BEHALF OF THE MASHH STEERING GROUP PEOPLE in Hailsham and Hellingly are being invited to give their views on a series of transport schemes – including major improvements to the town centre. The plans include widening pavements and installing new crossing points, with the aim of creating a safer, more attractive […]
  • Bexhill to Hastings Link Road work gathers pace
    THE Bexhill to Hastings Link Road project is gathering pace with a project to move 750,000 tonnes of material due to take place this month. Earth will be moved from the centre line of the new road and used to improve other areas of the scheme. All material will be kept on the site of […]
  • Consultation on mobile library services to be discussed by cabinet
    A CONSULTATION into the way mobile library services are delivered will be discussed by the county council’s cabinet later this month. Members will be asked to approve a consultation process on a new, more efficient way of delivering services in the community. If cabinet approves, residents will be consulted on combining stops in communities where […]
  • Temporary closure as Hailsham Library gets a makeover
    HAILSHAM Library is set to get a makeover when the next phase of a refurbishment project begins. As part of East Sussex County Council’s multi-million pound library improvement project, the facility in Western Road will be redecorated and new carpet laid which will cause minor disruption to services. From Monday, April 28, the library will […]

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