East Sussex County Council, working with Rother District Council, is carrying out a consultation on improvement options for the London Road area. Continue reading
Donated period products have been accepted at libraries across the county since July and from last month residents have also been able to donate virtually through a new online wish list.
The East Sussex Libraries PeriodBank wish list means people can donate reusable and disposable period products to the scheme quickly and easily.
Natasha’s Law came into effect on October 1 requiring food businesses to list all ingredients and allergens on food pre-packaged for sale on their premises, including cafes, bakeries and sandwich shops.
To mark the start of this year’s campaign, which runs from November 15 to 21, the council and its partners will be joining over 4,000 community groups across the UK to increase the understanding of the ways in which alcohol can affect us and our relationships with those around us.
East Sussex County Council’s Cabinet agreed one-off additional funding of £8.85million in the two areas at its meeting today (November 9).
A total of £5.8million will be spent on improving road signs, lines and pavements and carrying out road patching across the county, while £3.05million will support the authority’s efforts to cut its carbon emissions.