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SUSSEX SUCCESS IN EARLY INTERVENTION YOUTH FUND BID

Sussex's Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne is delighted with the recent outcome of the bid to the Home Office's Early Intervention Youth Fund, securing £890,616 to help steer local young people away from crime and inject some positive youth projects back into our communities. 

VIEWS SOUGHT ON EAST SUSSEX 'CORE OFFER'

PEOPLE in East Sussex are being asked to give their views on a council’s plan for the future of services amid the continuing difficult financial climate.

EAST SUSSEX CAREERS HUB LAUNCHED

A SCHEME to improve careers guidance and support for secondary school students across East Sussex has been officially launched.

MP CONGRATULATES UCKFIELD BUSINESS ON WIN

Wealden MP Nus Ghani has congratulated Maria Mann of the Beauty Spot in Uckfield on winning the Business Woman of the Year Awards at the Uckfield Business Awards 2018.

COUNTY'S OPEN DOORS TO STUDENTS

HUNDREDS of students from across East Sussex will be given a taste of the world of work as a popular scheme returns to the county.

WADHURST PARISH POLL CALLED

Following the Wadhurst Parish Meeting held on Thursday 25 October 2018, a Parish Poll has been requested. It will ask the following question:

‘Are you in favour of the redevelopment of the Commemoration Hall and Football Field as proposed by the Wadhurst Hall and Field CIO?  Yes/No.’

EAST SUSSEX YOUTH DEBATE HOMELESSNESS

A NATIONAL youth body will debate homelessness in the House of Commons, after a motion proposed by an East Sussex member earned the backing of young people across the country.

AVOIDING CYBER-CRIME IN WEALDEN

Keeping your business safe from cybercrime is important. Online crime is costing UK businesses £66 billion a year. There has been a 21% increase in this sort of crime since 2016, so businesses would be foolish not to take adequate precautions.

WEALDEN FARMERS MEET MINISTER

A group of Wealden farmers recently joined Nus Ghani for a meeting with the Farming Minister, George Eustice MP, in Parliament.

WEALDEN PUBS BACKED IN BUDGET

Nus Ghani, the MP for Wealden, has welcomed news that the Government has frozen duty on beer, cider and spirits for another year.