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MP MEETS NEW POLICE COMMANDER TO TACKLE CRIME

Nus Ghani met with DCI Alasdair Henry and DI Jon Gross, of Sussex Police, to discuss rural crime across Wealden and anti-social behaviour in Hailsham, Uckfield and Crowborough. She welcomed the new District Commander, Alasdair Henry, to Wealden and shared various concerns from local residents, fr

LOVE WEALDEN MARKETS

Wealden District Council launches its ‘Love your Wealden Markets’ campaign for 2020. From Saturday 7 March to the end of April, we’re encouraging residents and visitors to the district to support Wealden businesses and buy local.

VICTIMS' CHARITIES FUNDED

An update from Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne OBE, who this week awarded more than £500,000 from her Safe Space Funding Network to 17 local charities. The money means they can now continue to support our most vulnerable.

FUNDING PUBLIC SERVICES

Wealden District Council has approved an increase averaging less than 10 pence a week for its share of the council tax for 2020/21.

MP BACKS VETERANS' GUARANTEED INTERVIEW SCHEME

Nus Ghani has long campaigned for improved recognition for our armed forces and veterans. She is pleased that veterans will now get guaranteed job interviews for some public sector jobs. 
 

EVENT TO BOOST EAST SUSSEX SCHOOL GOVERNOR NUMBERS

With vacancies for school governors in maintained schools across the county, East Sussex County Council launched 'I'm a Governor' - a major recruitment campaign, to address the shortfall.

£90M PLEDGED TOWARDS CUTTING EMISSIONS

Today, we are committing £90 million to cut carbon emissions in industry and homes, helping to eliminate our contribution to climate change by 2050 and cut energy bills.

MP CHALLENGES SUPPLIER ON "WOEFUL BROADBAND"

Wealden's ever-vigilant MP, Nus Ghani, sought assurances from Openreach, with regards to their plan to start upgrades to full-fibre broadband in Hailsham, Horsebridge, Lower Dicker, Upper Dicker and Forest Row, within the next months. 
 

ASPIRING FOR A BETTER HAILSHAM

The findings of the Hailsham Aspires consultation point the way ahead for a future-looking, modern market town which respects its existing heritage.  Residents and visitors would like to see more green and open spaces in the heart of the town, restaurants, a public space for cultural activities a