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  • New gritters join the East Sussex fleet
    EAST Sussex Highways have taken delivery of 18 newly named gritters to join its fleet. The new vehicles are all 4×4 and have the latest safety technology. They also hold more salt and distribute it in a more efficient way – this means that they can operate for longer and more safely during cold weather […]
  • Victims’ money returned thanks to mail-scam busters
    MORE than £100,000 was returned in just three months to victims across the UK thanks to the work of a mail scam-busting team led by East Sussex County Council. The National Trading Standards Scams Team in partnership with the Royal Mail, was able to intercept post and return money to those targeted by fraudsters over […]
  • Rye cycle route plans in the spotlight
    PEOPLE are being invited to give their views on plans for the final stage of a cycle and pedestrian route prompted by the tragic death of a cyclist from Rye. East Sussex County Council is consulting on proposals for the fourth and final section of the route in Harbour Road – a scheme which was […]
  • Reading group offers comfort at local hospice
    A NEW reading group launched in a hospice in North Chailey offers adults the chance to take comfort from poetry. The Read Aloud group, supported by East Sussex County Council, meets at St Peter and St James Hospice every Thursday from 2.30pm to 4pm. The group is co-led by experienced volunteers and is open to […]
  • Planning application gives residents another chance to comment
    THE SUBMISSION of a planning application for a new primary school and nursery in Eastbourne will give residents another chance to have their say. East Sussex County Council’s planning committee will consider the application for the new two-form entry primary school, with the capacity to accommodate up to 420 children, and 38-place nursery on the […]
  • Successes and challenges highlighted in annual report
    A REVIEW of the successes and challenges faced by services supporting adults and older people has been published. The Local Account gives an overview of services provided by the adult social care department at East Sussex County Council in 2013/14 and offers insight into performance and details how the service spent its £223.1million budget.“The Local […]
  • Enthusiasts help unearth history along the Link Road
    ARCHAEOLOGY enthusiasts working along the route of a new road have helped unearth what is thought to be one of the most significant finds of prehistoric remains in the country. Working alongside Oxford Archaeology, members of the Hastings Area Archaeological Research Group (HAARG) have been involved in the excavation of Mesolithic flint scatters from the […]
  • Conference helps East Sussex business to flourish
    MORE than 180 businesses from across East Sussex came together for an event aimed at helping them to maximise their growth potential. The BEST4Biz conference, held at the Buxted Park Hotel, near Uckfield, was organised jointly by the Alliance of Chambers in East Sussex (ACES) and East Sussex County Council. At the event, the county […]
  • Libraries scheme helps people on road to mental health
    LOANS of self-help books for people with mental health concerns in East Sussex have soared since a ground-breaking scheme was introduced. In 2006, East Sussex County Council was one of the first authorities in the country to offer the Books On Prescription service, in which GPs ‘prescribe’ books to people experiencing common issues such as […]
  • Major upgrade for public transport at station
    PEOPLE are being offered the chance to view plans for improved public transport facilities near Newhaven Town railway station. The East Sussex County Council scheme is due to be completed in time for the opening of the new University Technical College (UTC) on Railway Quay in September 2015. The facility will include improved bus stops […]

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