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East Sussex Highways will be carrying out drainage investigation works on High Street, Nutley.
Work will start on Wednesday 13th February 2019 and continue for 7 days.
The road will remain open with temporary traffic lights in place. The lights will be manually controlled between 7am & 7pm.
Do you have an idea for a local environmental project?
Sussex Lund grants support small-scale, practical projects that improve the landscape of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Project ideas from community groups, schools and parish councils are encouraged and match-funding is not always necessary. Anyone can submit a project, including private landowners and businesses.
The Sussex Lund grant programme re-opens for new applications from 1 January 2019 until 7 April 2019.
Potential applicants must contact the High Weald AONB team for advice to develop their project on:
01424 723014 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, see: highweald.org/look-after/sussex-lund
U7500 Nursery Lane, Maresfield - 4/2/2019 to 8/2/2019, to allow South East Water to carry out new connection.
Outside a property known as Reedings Farm, works are a distance of 89 metres.
Please see the attached PDF for map details.
Please click on the attached document to read about the changes to local bus services from 7th January 2018.
How to access and pay for, care services throughout East Sussex, Brighton and Hove.
Mrs Rosie Karim has joined as Assistant Clerk.
Wealden District Council has a Street Scene Team of three officers who often work closely with the Parish and Town Councils to resolve issues such as Fly Tipping, Abandoned Vehicles, Littering and Dog Fouling. Read more here.
Helping you prepare for severe cold weather
Drainage repairs on Bell Lane, Nutley will be taking place from Monday 22nd October for 5 days. The work will be carried out by East Sussex Highways.
It is with deepest regret I pass on the sad news that Derek Barlow passed away earlier this month in Tunbridge Wells Hospital. He had been suffering increasing ill health over the past few months, but declined very rapidly in recent weeks.
Derek was not only a much valued and highly regarded Parish Councillor, but also the founding Trustee and first Chairman of the North Wealden Community Transport Partnership.
He will be very greatly missed by all of us and our sympathy goes to his family.
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