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  • Footpath and bridleway work paves the way to beautiful countryside
    WALKERS, cyclists and riders will soon find it even easier to enjoy East Sussex thanks to a programme of improvements to footpaths and bridleways. Over the next few weeks East Sussex County Council contractors will be working on a total of 11 footpaths to make it easier for residents and visitors to the county to […]
  • Local business wins contract to run new café at Seaford facility
    THE owner of a family-run coffee house and tapas restaurant will soon be setting up shop in Seaford’s new day service and library complex. Victoria Young, owner of Front Room in Seaford High Street, was successful in her bid to operate the café in the purpose built East Sussex County Council facility. Having already established […]
  • Fight against fraud receives national recognition
    A SCAM-busting initiative spearheaded by East Sussex County Council has been recognised at an awards ceremony. The work of the National Trading Standards Scams Team in fighting mass marketing fraud and protecting the most vulnerable people in communities was highly commended in the MJ Achievement Awards. The team is hosted and founded by East Sussex […]
  • Taster day proved wheely great fun for all
    IN A first for East Sussex, disabled riders were given the chance to test drive thousands of pounds worth of adapted bikes at a special taster day. East Sussex County Council’s Bikeability team will be purchasing a range of adapted bike based on feedback from those who took part in the day and setting up […]
  • Link Road gets a lift – from 600-tonne crane
    THE new Bexhill to Hastings Link Road has reached a significant milestone as a new railway bridge begins to take shape. Steel beams have been lifted into position for the new bridge, which crosses the Hastings to London railway line near the new road’s junction with Queensway, in St Leonards. A 600-tonne crawler crane was […]
  • ‘Permanent legacy’ marks East Sussex’s war role
    A NEW website has been launched chronicling the role played by East Sussex during the First World War. The site, launched by East Sussex County Council, has been launched to coincide with the 100th anniversary of Britain’s entry into the conflict, being marked on Monday, August 4 2014. It includes moving stories, evocative photographs and wartime […]
  • East Sussex prepares to welcome Tour of Britain
    LOCAL leaders made their way to the top of Ditchling Beacon to mark the launch of the Tour of Britain’s Sussex stage. The climb is the same one facing riders on the penultimate leg of the UK’s biggest professional cycle race. East Sussex County Council leader Cllr Keith Glazier and transport and environment lead member […]
  • Drop-in events on waste sites plan
    A SERIES of drop-in sessions is being held to allow people to find out more about potential sites for waste recycling and recovery. The events are part of a consultation by East Sussex County Council, Brighton & Hove City Council and the South Downs National Park Authority on the area’s draft Waste and Minerals Sites […]
  • A Mythical Maze awaits reading challenge contenders
    A LABYRINTH full of fascinating creatures from the world of legend and mythology awaits youngsters who take on the summer reading challenge. Children aged four to 11 can negotiate a Mythical Maze by enjoying books borrowed from their local library during the summer break. The Summer Reading Challenge sets youngsters the challenge of reading six […]
  • Flying the flag to mark Pride 2014
    THE rainbow flag is flying over East Sussex to back this weekend’s Brighton Pride celebrations. East Sussex County Council and Sussex Police joined forces to show their support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. County council deputy leader Cllr David Elkin and chief executive Becky Shaw were joined by acting deputy chief […]

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