Local News

BENEFIT QUESTIONS ANSWERED

If you are unaware or confused about the changes being made to help people on low incomes, unemployed or with disabilities, help is at hand.

DEMENTIA FRIEND, NUS GHANI MP

Nus Ghani, the MP for Wealden, has met with Alzheimer’s UK in a bid to support carers across Wealden who look after loved one’s suffering from Alzheimer’s.

BHF's VITAL WORK IN WEALDEN

Nus Ghani, the Wealden MP, recently met with representatives from the British Heart Foundation to discuss their work both nationally and in Wealden.

CONGRATS TO MAYFIELD AND FIVE ASHES

Wealden MP Nus Ghani has congratulated the villages of Mayfield and Fives Ashes for winning the 2018 Parishes In Bloom competition. The Parishes in Bloom competition recognises the gardening and horticultural talents of local communities.

RURAL 'OSCAR' NOMINATIONS OPEN

The annual Countryside Alliance Awards are now open to public nomination, and East Sussex politicians are urging the local community to get nominating.

Bins, roads and boundaries - an update

Local Government News. October. 2018 from Cllr Roy Galley

Parliamentary Boundaries
As a follow up to last month’s report, The Boundary Commission has now published its final proposals for constituency boundaries.

GOVERNORS BUILD BUSINESS SKILLS

The career-boosting benefits of becoming a school governor are being highlighted in a new recruitment campaign. East Sussex County Council is hoping its ‘I’m a Governor’ campaign will encourage professional people to consider signing up for the voluntary role in which they can gain useful experie

GET ONLINE WEEK

Get ready for Get Online Week - and surprise yourself .... In a rural area like Wealden, the internet is amazing tool which brings a world of choice and opportunities to your home.

SUPPORT FOR EAST SUSSEX FARMERS

East Sussex MP, Huw Merriman, has called for the Government to put food production at the heart of its new farming and agricultural framework. 

WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY IN OUR SCHOOLS

Young people in East Sussex are being urged to spread the word about positive mental health – buoyed by a royal visit highlighting the issue.