Since lockdown restrictions eased and travel for exercise became permitted, large numbers of people are heading to countryside sites across East Sussex. Continue reading
East Sussex’s 10 Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRS) closed in late March amid the Covid-19 outbreak, to ensure the safety of staff and residents. Continue reading
PROJECTS aimed at reducing suicide and self-harm across Sussex could benefit from cash boosts of up to £15,000.
The Sussex Health and Care Partnership, which includes local councils and health services, has launched a Suicide Prevention Innovation Fund and is inviting groups and organisations to apply for a share of £155,000.
The campaign, running under the banner ‘STAY’ is aimed at giving quality information to young people – STAY well, STAY informed, STAY home, STAY sunny. Continue reading
East Sussex County Council is inviting voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations whose income has been significantly affected by the Government’s “stay at home” advice, to apply for a grant. Continue reading