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THE BLIGHT OF FLY-TIPPING

Are you doing the right thing with your rubbish? Can you guarantee that the old mattress you paid someone to take away isn’t now embedded in the undergrowth of a local country lane? Or that the defunct washing machine you left outside isn’t causing a spin on someone else’s farmland?

SCAM AWARENESS

THE case of a 95-year-old East Sussex woman conned out of hundreds of pounds is being used to highlight the dangers of scams for a national awareness-raising campaign.

PEDAL POWER IN EAST SUSSEX

PEOPLE across East Sussex are being urged to employ pedal power for their daily journeys as part of a national celebration of cycling.

MP CELEBRATES SUCCESS OF YEAR OF ENGINEERING

Speaking to an audience of Ministers, MPs, engineering professionals, and school children, at a reception in Parliament, Nusrat Ghani, MP for Wealden, reflected on the success of the Year of Engineering.

UNLICENSED WASTE CARRIER CONVICTED

Wealden District Council is reminding all carriers of waste, including scrap metal, to ensure they are registered following the successful prosecution of an unlicensed waste carrier.

MP SUPPORTS WEALDEN BUSINESS AT GEOSCIENCE FORUM 

Nusrat Ghani, MP for Wealden, spoke at a City of London Geoscience Forum event recently, discussing the importance of diversity across the extractive industries sector.

The panel, chaired by Sir Geoffrey Palmer, consisted of Nus and experts from mining, geology and venture capital.

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.

HELPING EX-OFFENDERS INTO WORK

This Conservative Government is taking further steps to help ex-offenders into work, reducing the likelihood of reoffending and cutting the £15 billion cost to the economy each year whilst keeping the public safe.