Ward Devolved Budget funds the re-opening of Community Wise

Ward Devolved Budget funds the re-opening of Community Wise

Community Wise make a huge contribution to many groups and the lives of many individuals in our area. Upperton & Old Town Lib Dem Councillors were pleased to be able to use their Ward's Devolved Budget to jointly support the Charity re-open their centre in Ocklynge Rd following the Covid 19 ...

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Upperton’s magnificent COVID 19 response

Upperton’s magnificent COVID 19 response

The Upperton Community really pulled together to help those most at risk through this crisis. Community groups, churches and so many good neighbours have stepped up to help others and continue to do so. Your Upperton Lib Dem Councillors joined the Eastbourne Together Community Call Centre and co...

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Update from Eastbourne Borough Council Leader David Tutt

Update from Eastbourne Borough Council Leader David Tutt

Witnessing the sudden changes in Government policy, with regard to the need for people to quarantine when entering the UK from some destinations and the stricter measures being applied in parts of the north of England, make us aware that the Covid pandemic is far from over.  In order to prevent ...

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Update from Eastbourne Borough Council Leader David Tutt

Update from Eastbourne Borough Council Leader David Tutt

As the Covid lockdown is lifted, I believe that it is inevitable that there will be an increase in the number of cases in certain areas.  This has already been seen in Leicester in the UK.  More recently, a spike in cases in Spain has led the UK Government to reintroduce a 2-week quarantine peri...

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National Park consultation (Exceat Bridge) opens

National Park consultation (Exceat Bridge) opens

A consultation is taking place on the Exceat Bridge Replacement in the South Downs National Park. See below the information provided by East Sussex County Council and contribute to the consultation using the links provided to feed your views in: "We write to advise you of the forthcoming Public ...

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Tory-run East Sussex County Council faces shortfall of £31 million

Tory-run East Sussex County Council faces shortfall of £31 million

At an East Sussex County Council Cabinet meeting, it came to light that the Council faces a budget deficit of £31 million. The Council has not yet said how they will find this money. Cllr Ungar said "Following this information I am very concerned that, unless the Government bail the County Counc...

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