East Sussex County Council’s public health team is backing ‘Know Your Numbers!’ Week – a national campaign by the charity Blood Pressure UK running from September 9 to 15 2019. Continue reading
The ‘Be There Tomorrow’ campaign urges smokers to quit now using local help available to them.
An estimated 62,000 East Sussex residents smoke and, in the coming year, more than 1,000 adults in the county are predicted to die of smoking-related diseases. Continue reading
Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Scientific Adviser to the Department of Health and Social Care and National Institute for Health Research lead, visited the borough as part of a countrywide tour of local authorities to hear how residents’ health and wellbeing could benefit from research opportunities. Continue reading
East Sussex County Council has been awarded funding from National Grid’s Warm Homes Fund aimed at helping people who find themselves in fuel poverty. Continue reading