A REPORT kick-starting the next three years of business and financial planning looks ahead and presents a realistic picture of the baseline-only council services which may be offered in the face of intense pressures on East Sussex.
The State of the County report, being presented to Cabinet next week, sets out the strongest possible offer East Sussex County Council can aim to provide given reductions in funding, increased demand and rising costs. Continue reading
SCHOOL children from Eastbourne launched boats made from plastic bottles before recycling their vessels as part of a record breaking attempt.
A total of 52 pupils from Langney Primary School and Gildredge House teamed up with staff from outdoor activity centre Buzz Active to take part in the Plastic Bottle Boat Challenge in a bid to show the importance of reusing and recycling plastics. Continue reading
PLANS to increase support for children with special educational needs at schools in Peacehaven and Hailsham are out for public consultation.
Following an extensive review of facilities across East Sussex, the county council has identified areas where provision needs to be expanded. Continue reading
CHILDREN from Hastings employed their artistic flair to raise awareness of parking issues outside schools.
Youngsters from four schools in the town produced pictures of their classmates which have been used on banners urging parents to park responsibly when they drop off and pick up their children. Continue reading