People in East Sussex are being urged to stand up for their county by calling on the Government to give them a fairer deal.
Today’s launch of the campaign Stand Up For East Sussex asks residents to sign a petition to the Prime Minister which calls for an urgent rethink on the resources the county receives. It warns that real hardship will result if the particular needs of East Sussex are not taken into account, with the public services many residents rely on stretched beyond their limit. Continue reading →
THE tale of one of World War One’s bloodiest battles is the 150th story to be published as a website tracing East Sussex’s role in the conflict marks its third anniversary.
Three years ago on Friday (Aug 4), East Sussex County Council’s First World War website was launched to showcase the lesser known stories of the people and places of the county during the war. Continue reading →
COUNCIL and emergency services chiefs gathered to fly the flag to celebrate this weekend’s Brighton Pride celebrations.
The rainbow banner was hoisted aloft at County Hall, in Lewes, as East Sussex County Council marked its support for the event and the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. Continue reading →