Work will take place in Rye, Newhaven and Hollington to improve their layout to enhance customer experience, with children’s areas and study spaces being upgraded and new seating installed so users can browse services in comfort. Continue reading
The High Sheriff of East Sussex, Jane King, presented a framed version of the proclamation of King Charles III to Cllr Peter Pragnell, Chairman of East Sussex County Council.
All the bright yellow trucks in the East Sussex Highways’ gritting fleet are now ‘green’, running on HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) fuel, and preparations are underway to ensure the 21 environmentally friendly gritters are ready when snow is forecast, or the road surface temperature falls near to or below freezing. Continue reading
The SEND Strategy 2022-2025 will be used to inform the work of everyone working with children and young people with SEND across East Sussex, giving them the opportunities and support they need to achieve their ambitions and prepare for adult life.