HUNDREDS of foster carers across East Sussex are transforming the lives of children by offering them a safe and loving home.
But with 50 more children waiting for a placement at any one time, East Sussex County Council is using Foster Care Fortnight to encourage more people to consider becoming foster carers. Continue reading →
MORE than 800 young people and their parents and carers were given an insight into the world of work as part of National Apprenticeship Week.
East Sussex County Council, in partnership with Apprenticeships in Sussex, hosted events in Eastbourne and Hastings, giving hundreds of young people the chance to find out if apprenticeships and traineeships were right for them. Continue reading →
Issued on behalf of East Sussex County Council and Brighton & Hove City Council
MEMBERS of the public are being asked for their help in shaping a joint approach to tackle domestic and sexual violence and abuse, as well as other forms of violence against women and children.
East Sussex County Council and Brighton & Hove City Council are working together to ensure the right services are available to reduce the risk of domestic and sexual violence and abuse, and support victims and survivors. Continue reading →