CTLA Community Transport was delighted to host an inter-generational Easter lunch at the Hillcrest Community Centre, Newhaven, last week. The 3rd Peacehaven Brownies painted Easter vases and decorated eggs for the table displays and, along with the adult volunteers, helped to serve refreshments and play bingo with the 37 older […]
Update On Significant Planned Road Works On The M23 And The Brighton Main Line Improvement Project There are no closures scheduled for the week beginning 8th April, or on Good Friday, Easter weekend or Easter Monday, 19-22 April 2019. The following works are scheduled on the M23, subject to weather […]
Lewes Prevention officers joined other local agencies outside Denton Primary School, Newhaven on Monday to help promote the #bigpedal event, raising awareness of air pollution. The event encourages children and parents to look at other means of travel to school, in particular cycling, with event prizes and promotions available.
East Sussex County Council have launched the third phase of their campaign aimed at driving up attendance rates in schools across East Sussex. It’s part of the “Get A Grip” campaign which highlights the negative impact that absence from school has on children’s education. The new phase of the campaign […]
Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne presented an update on the force’s medium term financial strategy. Chief finance officer, Iain McCulloch told members at the Sussex Police and Crime Panel meeting on Friday, October 6.that the money had been made available following a review of reserves and negotiation with […]
Tories vote down Lib Dem renewable energy proposals! The Liberal Democrat group on the Lewes District Council only needed one more vote to get a motion passed at Monday’s (Oct) full Council meeting which called for ‘new build’ planning applications to have a renewable energy scheme included in the […]
Cabinet Councillors at Lewes District Council have welcomed progress to alleviate the risk of flooding on the River Ouse. In 2016 the Council agreed a £296,750 three-year programme of flood protection and water retention works in the Upper Ouse Valley. The project is being undertaken in partnership with the Ouse […]
Cabinet Councillors at Lewes District Council today agreed to allocate £80,000 to urgent sea wall repairs in Peacehaven. The 70m long concrete structure is one of 19 groynes protecting the cliffs from erosion and many hundreds of homes and other key assets. However, ‘groyne 19’ is particularly exposed to large […]