Led by East Sussex County Council and Sussex Police, Project ADDER combines additional and targeted policing with enhanced treatment and recovery services to address the town’s high rate of drug deaths and heroin and crack cocaine use. Continue reading
Work will start on Monday, July 12 and continue until Friday, August 6.
This essential work is required to clean and carry out repairs to the drainage pipes and road gullies, as well as construct new access chambers, to enable future maintenance to help reduce flooding between the A265 junction and The Firs Surgery.
From Tuesday, June 1 pre-lockdown opening hours resumed at all East Sussex libraries giving residents more opportunity to browse, read and borrow books, use the computers or free wifi, and access study spaces.
The East Sussex Trading Standards team is using Scams Awareness Fortnight, which is running from June 14 to June 25, to remind the public to be on their guard.
East Sussex Highways has installed the new signalised pedestrian crossing on The Ridge, just to the south of the junction with Chowns Hill, providing safer and easier access to St Helen’s church, Hastings Court care home, Hastings cemetery, and local bus stops.