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Sheep Returning to the Tye

Sheep will be returning to the Tye on Monday 10th February 2020.   Please therefore keep your dog on a lead.  Thank You

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Upcoming Road Works on Telscombe Cliffs Way

East Sussex Highways have informed us that roadworks will be carried out on Telscombe Cliffs Way between Kirby Drive and Grassmere Avenue over the weekend, 1st & 2nd February, and temporary traffic lights will be in place while works are carried out.
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Telscombe Town Crier Newsletter - Issue 73 Jan/Feb 2020

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Meet Your New PCSO

Do you live in or around Telscombe Cliffs or East Saltdean? Come and meet PCSO KENT, your dedicated PCSO at the Civic Centre on Monday 9th December to meet with anyone who has questions or any topics they want to discuss. Catch her from 11am until 1pm
 
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Telscombe Town Crier Newsletter – Issue 72 October/November 2019

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Notice of Conclusion of Audit

ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2019

The Audit of Accounts for Telscombe Town Council for the year ended 31 March 2019 has been completed and the accounts have been published.

Click on the link below to view:-

Notice of Conclusion of Audit – year ended 31 March 2019

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Telscombe Town Crier Newsletter - Issue 71 July/August 2019

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Grass Verge Cutting

In previous years, we have cut the grass verges every month during the summer, with a total of eight cuts.   We have carried this out on behalf of East Sussex County Council (ESCC) who own the verges.  Unfortunately ESCC have reduced the contribution they give us for cutting the verges to enough for 2 cuts per hear.   However, we are funding 2 further cuts and they will be done every other month, with four cuts per year being carried out.

This year we are encouraging wild flower verges at banks on the corners of South Coast Road and Fairlight Avenue and the area behind bus stop at top of Crowborough Road in E Saltdean.   This is at the request of James Newmarch of ESCC and Saltdean Residents Association.  On the SCR/Fairlight Avenue site,  James has advised that a selection of at least a dozen wild flowers had been noted on the verge.   You will see a yellow daisy on a grey pole at the start and finish of wildflower verges. The advantages that ESCC see are as follows:-

  • Wild flower displays April – August, seed heads thereafter
  • An increase of wildlife in urban areas, including butterflies and bees

The next scheduled cuts are in the weeks beginning 29th July and 23rd September 2019

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