Day: 17 September 2020

Bin collection consultation to launch as recycling rate ”at standstill”

Cabinet councillors last night (Wed,Sept 16) agreed to launch a 12-week consultation on ways to improve Eastbourne’s recycling performance.The town’s recycling rate for household waste has stagnated – at 35.2% for 2018/19 and provisionally expected to be 34.88% for 2019/20 – while the national target this year is 50%, increasing […]

Joint Press Release – National Education Union and Hands Off Peacehaven Schools

We need to come together and make our voices heard”– Angry parents re-launch campaign to save Peacehaven primaries from academisation Parents of Peacehaven Heights and Telscombe Cliffs primary schools in East Sussex have re-launched their campaign to save the schools from academisation. This follows the replacement of the governing bodies […]

NS&I TO PAY ALL PREMIUM BONDS PRIZES DIRECT TO CUSTOMERS’ BANK ACCOUNTS

Premium Bonds paper prize cheques will be phased out from December 2020. Premium Bonds holders that still receive paper warrants need to take action to ensure they continue to automatically receive payment of their prizes. Customers can also choose to have prizes reinvested into more Premium Bonds, giving them more chances of winning prizes in future draws. Customers will receive […]

LOCKDOWN LANGUAGE: HOW COVID-19 HAS INFLUENCED VOCABULARY AROUND THE WORLD

Self-isolation. Social distancing. Furlough. Coronavirus. Lockdown. The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on so many aspects of our lives, including our vocabulary. Not only have these ‘unprecedented’ times reintroduced words into our everyday arsenal that we would only occasionally use before, thanks to their sudden increase in use across […]