Each year the highways team will cut around 560 hectares (1,381 acres) of grass on verges and at junctions across the county.
The centre’s Welcome Wednesday sessions, which were stopped during the Covid-19 pandemic, are set to resume on the first Wednesday of each month between 10am and 12noon.
In response to the previous plans to redevelop the site by the Co-op, and to ensure services could continue uninterrupted, East Sussex County Council’s library service identified the Joff Centre as a temporary alternative location. Continue reading
As the weather improves and visitor numbers to the county’s coast increase, the council is reminding people of the risks the spectacular but unstable cliffs can pose, as well as the dangers to beach walkers who risk getting cut off by the tide.