Monthly Archives: August 2020

New routes to open up for cyclists and walkers

MORE than £350,000 could be spent in East Sussex on temporary schemes for cyclists and walkers.

Work on seven schemes, which include new cycle routes, pavement widening and temporary road closures, will continue after approval from East Sussex County Council’s lead member for transport and environment at today’s meeting (Monday). Continue reading

Fund open for projects supporting reduction in suicide and self-harm

CASH boosts of up to £15,000 are being made available for projects that help to prevent suicides and reduce self-harm in high risk groups.

Groups and organisations have until Monday, September 7 to apply for a share of the Suicide Prevention Fund, launched by the Sussex Health and Care Partnership – made up of local councils and health services.

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Have confidence to return to school – families urged

AFTER months when hard pressed parents have juggled work and supported their children with learning at home, schools are opening their doors and urging parents to have the confidence to send all children back to school in September.

Supported by East Sussex County Council, schools across the county have been working hard to put in place a raft of measures to help ensure children and staff stay as safe as possible when they return next month. Continue reading