Please click here for the statement of persons nominated for the East Saltdean and Teslcombe Cliffs Wards:- District Council Nominations
The sheep will be returning to The Tye on Monday 1st April. They are an important part of management of the Tye. They make sure the scrub is grazed efficiently and chalk grassland is maintained. This grassland is important to many protected species of animals and plants and is unique to this part of the Country.
The sheep will be pregnant, which makes them very susceptible to stress. If they are chased by a dog, they could give birth prematurely or even abort. Please make sure your dog is on a lead and under control at all times, especially around the sheep.
Please be especially careful at this time.
People across Lewes have less than three weeks left to register to vote for the forthcoming local elections.
In order to vote in this election, residents must be on the electoral register. Lewes District Council is urging residents who have not registered at their current address to make sure they are registered in time.
If you were registered to vote in the last election and your details have not changed, you will still be registered to vote. If in doubt, check your details by calling 01273 471600.
Those who wish to have their say in the poll have until the deadline of midnight on Friday, 12 April, to register. It takes just five minutes to apply online at gov.uk/register-to-vote.
Residents in Lewes will go to the polls on Thursday, 2 May.
Local government elections select councillors who are responsible for making decisions on running services in the district.
Phillippa Saray, Electoral Commission Regional Manager for the East and Southeast of England, added: “If you have recently turned 18 or moved home, it is particularly important that you act to ensure that you are registered to vote. It takes just five minutes online and means that you can take part in this important election.”
Click on the link below to take you to the Peacehaven & Telscombe Neighbourhood Plan steering group website which will update you with progress of the proposed plan:-
Join us on Monday 3rd September at 11am as we raise the flag to mark Merchant Navy Day, and stay for tea and biscuits afterwards.
Since 2000, Merchant Navy Day on 3rd September has honoured the brave men and women who kept our ‘island nation’ afloat during both World Wars, and celebrated our dependence on modern day merchant seafarers who are responsible for 95% of the UK’s imports, including half the food we eat, plenty of the fuel we burn and virtually all the products and goods we take for granted!