Led by East Sussex County Council and Sussex Police, Project ADDER combines additional and targeted policing with enhanced treatment and recovery services to address the town’s high rate of drug deaths and heroin and crack cocaine use. Continue reading
East Sussex County Council is one of only two authorities in the country to have received the resources from the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) as part of an initiative for Child Safety Week which runs from Monday, June 7 to Sunday, June 13.
East Sussex Highways will treat rural and urban roads across the county, from Alfriston to Wadhurst, covering an area of more than 141,000 square metres or approximately 20 football pitches.
The 10-day programme begins on Wednesday, June 16 and is due to be completed by Friday, June 25.
East Sussex County Council is supporting organisations with one-off grants to help them offer advice and support to people who finances have been affected by changes in income due to job loss, furlough or shielding. Continue reading
PARKING enforcement officers are seeing a surge in attacks following a peaceful month in which not a single incident was recorded.
East Sussex County Council is again calling on motorists to treat civil parking enforcement officers with respect as they go about their job in Lewes, Eastbourne, Hastings and Rother.