East Sussex County Council was the first authority in the country to place an order under a Department for Education (DfE) scheme aimed at ensuring pupils can continue learning at home during the coronavirus lockdown. Continue reading
COMMUNITY hubs have begun operating across East Sussex to bring extra help for people who need support in coping with the effects of coronavirus.
The hubs provide online forms and phone lines which anyone can contact to seek help if they are isolated, anxious or unwell at home and do not have family or friends they can call on.
Health workers, social care workers and official NHS volunteers will be able to park for free in on street bays as efforts to limit the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continue. Continue reading
FOLLOWING the UK government’s decision to ask public venues including pubs, restaurants, theatres and leisure centres to shut, we have decided to close all East Sussex County Council libraries from Monday, March 23, until further notice.
This means that today (Saturday, March 21) will be the final day when customers will be able to visit our libraries and borrow books or other physical items. Continue reading
As Covid-19 continues to take hold across the UK, The Keep, in Moulsecoomb, will be closed for six weeks from Monday, March 23 2020. Continue reading