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TACKLING EAST SUSSEX POTHOLES

POTHOLES in East Sussex are set to have a ‘blast’ this summer as high-tech machinery hits the streets.

Starting on Tuesday (28) East Sussex Highways will deploy a fleet of three Roadmaster machines, which will tour the county repairing potholes, cracks and other defects.

GRANTING INDEPENDENCE AND QUALITY OF LIFE

Independence and a high quality of life

Grants Hill Court, Wealden District Council’s flagship retirement development, has been officially opened by the Chairman of Wealden District Council.

'CLIFF EDGE FALL' WARNING

VISITORS to East Sussex’s spectacular white cliffs are being urged to stay safe this summer.

Each year thousands of tonnes of chalk fall from the cliffs, which stretch from the edge of Eastbourne, past Beachy Head, the Seven Sisters and Seaford Head.

MP BACKS TREE PLANTING

Nus Ghani, MP for Wealden, welcomed plans unveiled by the Secretary of State for the Environment and Rural Affairs, The Rt. Hon. Michael Gove MP, to plant more than 130,000 trees in English towns and cities over the next two years, as part of the nation’s battle against climate change.

WADHURST'S INNOVATIVE NEW HOUSING

Nus Ghani, MP for Wealden, officially unveiled a new show-home at Waters Reach, a development of new homes in Wadhurst by Rydon Homes. After cutting the ribbon, Nus was given a preview of the show-home, ahead of its opening to the public.

WALK TO SCHOOL

PARENTS in Wealden and across East Sussex are being urged to play their part to reduce carbon emissions and cut congestion – by encouraging their child to walk to school.

'CALL THE MIDWIFE' STAR IN CROWBOROUGH

Nus Ghani, MP for Wealden, attended the opening of a new set of birthing rooms at the Crowborough Birth Centre, part of the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust.

WEALDEN'S NEW GARDEN WASTE SCHEME

Wealden Residents can now sign up for the Council’s new chargeable garden waste collection service. The new service will start from 1 July.  Joining this new service is optional and the annual subscription is £50 for each bin.