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Your Energy Sussex tariffs public launch - Sussex councils call on residents to switch and save
Councils in Sussex have joined forces to help households save money on their energy bills by getting them into the switching habit.
Oversight Committee ''disappointed'' at health sector no-shows
Eastbourne councillors have expressed their disappointment and frustration that local health service executives declined two invitations to attend and speak at the council's influential all-party...
Flytipping hit team gets out and about in Eastbourne
A flytipping hit team took to the streets of Eastbourne on Friday to ensure the town stays clean and green.
Defib Partnership will save lives
A campaign to install external defibrillators at locations across Eastbourne is on course to put everyone in the town within three minutes of the lifesaving equipment.
EBC budget agreed
Eastbourne Borough Council's Cabinet has agreed the budget that will be recommended to councillors on February 21st.
Nomination for Deputy Mayor
Independent Conservative Councillor Kathy Ballard has been nominated for Eastbourne's next Deputy Mayor.
Holocaust Memorial Day commemorated in Eastbourne
Eastbourne people came together to mark Holocaust Memorial Day with two special events that remembered those who suffered under Nazi persecution and in subsequent genocides.
£1.2million boost for new homes in Eastbourne
Eastbourne Borough Council has been successful in securing £1.2million from the government's housing infrastructure fund.
Nominations for new Mayor
Longstanding Liberal Democrat councillor Gill Mattock has been nominated as the next Eastbourne Mayor.
Review of Polling District and Polling Place in parts of the Upperton Ward
The Council is commencing a review of some of the polling districts and polling places in its area.
Green fingered gardeners receive funding for tools
Green fingered members of the Friends of Manor Gardens & Gildredge Park are set to take delivery of new gardening tools, thanks to funding from Upperton ward councillors.
International Women's Day Conference to be held in Eastbourne
“Improving the lives of women and girls” will be the theme for the International Women's Day Conference in March.
Hub is home to new nursery school
The sound of children's singing and laughter can now be heard at The Hub at St Michael & All Angels Church in Willingdon Road following the opening of a children's nursery.
Review of East Sussex Maternity Services
Eastbourne Borough Council has released the results of a survey into maternity services in East Sussex.
Mixed Plastic recycling not exported to China from Eastbourne
We can confirm that Kier and its recycling partner Viridor do not export Mixed Plastics collected from Eastbourne, Hastings, Rother and Wealden to China. A fundamental principle of Kier's business is...
Council to consider second phase of new housing
Cabinet councillors have agreed to move forward with proposals to create new homes on predominantly garage sites in Lewes Town, Ringmer and Ditchling.
Council donates £5,000 from recycling scheme to Children with Cancer Fund
Eastbourne Borough Council has donated £5,000 to the Polegate-based charity Children with Cancer Fund from money raised through a metal recycling scheme.
Advertising hoarding popular with street drinkers is dismantled
Eastbourne Borough Council has taken action to tackle the problems with the street drinkers who gather at the advertising hoarding in Terminus Road.
Recycling to be reviewed in Eastbourne
Cabinet councillors last night agreed to look at introducing a new recycling system that could mean residents use one bin to recycle everything.
Hampden Retail Park set to undergo transformation
Cabinet councillors have agreed to invest up to £9 million to transform Hampden Retail Park.
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