In line with falling national trends, three in ten women across East Sussex did not attend their last smear test – which can identify abnormal cells and prevent 75 per cent of cervical cancers. Continue reading
A total of 21 young people aged between 11 and 18 have been elected or co-opted to serve for one year on the East Sussex Youth Cabinet, each representing their school, college or youth group. Continue reading
A total of 500 students from 15 schools visited businesses across East Sussex as part of Open Doors, a project run by East Sussex County Council and supported by Skills East Sussex. Continue reading
COUNCIL leaders will meet next week to discuss proposals for service changes and funding across East Sussex next year, in the context of uncertainty and a difficult financial outlook over the next three years.
The proposals, to be considered by Cabinet on Tuesday, January 22, include decisions about spending £375 million on vital services and proposals to make savings of £5.13 million to deliver a balanced budget in 2019/20 and also look ahead to 2020/21 and 2021/22. Continue reading