Howard Bull of Goldstone Crescent, Hove, pleaded guilty to the possession for supply of illegal tobacco and to a further Trade Marks offence for being in possession of counterfeit tobacco, when he appeared at Hastings Magistrates Court on Tuesday October 20.
AN 18-month scheme to improve street lighting, which will reduce council energy bills and lower carbon emissions, starts this week.
Additional funding has been secured enabling East Sussex Highways to upgrade a total of 16,000 street light units to modern high efficiency LED lights and replace 3,000 aging concrete street lighting columns between now and March 2022 as part of a countywide project.
Council leaders have pledged their commitment to becoming a Slavery Free Community by 2030.
The Modern Slavery Pledge, signed by Council Leader Councillor Keith Glazier, the lead member for Communities and Safety Councillor Bill Bentley, and Chief Executive Becky Shaw, underlines the council’s commitment to Sussex-wide plans to end modern slavery and human trafficking.
The pledge coincides with the 10 year anniversary of UK Anti-Slavery Day which takes place this Sunday, October 18.
Graham Gosden and Mick Bishop are among the East Sussex Highways team gearing up for a busy few months keeping county roads clear of snow and ice. Continue reading