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CELEBRATING WEALDEN WINE

Nus Ghani, MP for Wealden, is proud to support The 2019 Festival of Wine, taking place at Hidden Spring Vineyard in Horam on Saturday June 1st.

COUNTY'S TOP HIGHWAYS SERVICE

The team that maintains the county's roads has been praised for its excellent customer service. East Sussex Highways has once again been awarded the Government-backed Customer Service Excellence award, being ranked as ‘fully compliant’ in all areas.

WEALDEN COUNCIL'S NEW CHAIRMAN

There's a new chairman for Wealden District Council as Councillor Pam Doodes has been elected unopposed to the position at the first meeting of the new Council.

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.

READY TO VOTE?

Tuesday 26 November is the last day for applications to register to vote in the General Election on 12 December.  5pm on 26 November is also the last day for the receipt of applications to vote by post on 12 December, if you are not already registered to receive one.

RECORD NUMBER IN FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT

New figures have shown that the number of people in full-time work has hit an all time high, unemployment has fallen to the lowest level in 45 years - and wages have risen ahead of prices for the 20th consecutive month.

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.