Category: East Sussex

Greens break through in East Sussex

Leading Green declares: ‘there are no safe Conservative seats in Lewes anymore’ The Chailey county division saw a huge swing from Conservative to Green – see diagram. Local Greens are celebrating a historic breakthrough in Thursday’s council elections, after record results in Lewes, Ringmer and a photo finish in Chailey […]

ESCC – Chailey

Turnout: 47.83%      Candidate Party E if elected Votes Nicholas George Belcher Labour Party      186 Karen Dodd Heritage Party – Free Speech and Liberty      42 Hazel Louise Fell-Rayner Liberal Democrats      623  Matthew Peter John Milligan   The Conservative Party  E  1627  Zoe Nicholson   Green Party – Save our […]

ESCC – Peacehaven

Turnout: 34.49%      Candidate Party E if elected Votes Ian Verdun Buchanan UK Independence Party (UKIP)     51 Chris Collier Labour Party  E  1363 Lesley Orr Green Party     100  Katie Alexandra Sanderson   The Conservative Party   1307  Adam Christopher Stratford   Heritage Party – Free Speech and Liberty   31 […]

No More Rubbish Excuses!

Millions of pieces of litter are dropped every day in England. Littering is not only unsightly, but has a devastating impact on our native wildlife. The national ‘Keep it, Bin it’ campaign, encourages people to responsibly dispose of their litter.  The campaign is targeted towards 16-24 year olds, with a […]

……and finally, Litter!

Local Councils including Eastbourne, have been working hard to ensure residents and visitors know that littering is always unacceptable. Keep an eye out for their posts on social media and please give them a ‘like’ and a ‘share’ to help spread the word!  Eastbourne Borough Council Facebook page

People visiting East Sussex’s spectacular coastline are being urged to stay safe this spring and summer. The council is reminding visitors of the serious risks the unstable cliffs pose to those getting too close to the edge or walking at the base of the cliffs, and the dangers to beach […]

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Todays tips: Glass bottles and Jars: you can recycle all of these whatever their colour. Please remove lids and wash out before recycling. Remember though, we can’t recycle Pyrex, light bulbs or the glass from furniture like coffee tables and TV stands, mirrors or windows panes so please take these to […]