Stay safe, stay local

The general advice suggests staying as close to home as you can, even as you enjoy England’s gradual release from lockdown.
 East Sussex is fortunate to have lower rates of Covid infection than most other places, but this could change quickly.
Darrell Gale, Director of Public Health for East Sussex, said:
“I’d still advise everyone to avoid long journeys and busier places. People have done a great job in helping reduce infection rates in East Sussex and the best way to continue that is to stay local if you possibly can to protect yourself and others.”