Thursday Jul 10
Bexhill's Seagirls WI choir raise the roof
Bexhill's Seagirls WI Choir raised the roof as they sang to an audience of 230 plus in their first ever public performance.
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Tue Jul 08, 2014
Hailsham community worker honoured at civic ceremony
The Wealden Volunteer Award Scheme takes place every two years and this time it was Cllr Brian Redman's opportunity as council Chairman to pay tribute to 11 individuals who make life better for so many people living in the district.
Cyclists prepare for Barcelona challenge
Five members of the Chatfield family - Grant, Liz, James, Harry and Millie - will be joining a number of other keen cyclists for the 1,000 mile trek in the hope of raising A 7,000 for the local charity.
Hailsham homes proposal lodged
Forty-five letters and e-mails condemning the scheme, which they say will 'blight their lives', have been sent to Wealden planners.
Speedway fans pledge to band together to save club
The club pulled off an unpredicted and impressive victory over top of the table Kings Lynn on Saturday at the Arlington Stadium in front of a bigger than expected crowd, where Eagles fans turned out in force to show their support for the club, which is facing closure at the end of the season unless a new backer is found.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Hailsham Firm fined after accident left man with no legs
A Hailsham-based scrap metal company and a businessman have been sentenced for serious safety breaches that led to a worker on another site losing both legs as the doors of a 16-tonne baling machine closed on him, the Health and Safety Executive has said.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Paramedic award after disarming man in Hailsham
A paramedic who disarmed a man in Hailsham after he pointed a gun at him has been awarded for his bravery.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Get advice about volunteering from expert at Hailsham library
Every month a 'Volunteering Champion' will be available at the library, in Western Road, to answer questions about volunteering and offer advice on how people can find the right role for them.
Help for electric drivers to go further
Electric vehicles will soon be able to navigate their way around Eastbourne without the fear of losing power, thanks to the installation of new charging points.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Hailsham firm fined after worker loses legs in horrific accident
A Hailsham scrap metal company and a businessman have been fined for serious safety breaches after a man lost both his legs in an horrific bailing machine accident.
Stroke survivors get on their bikes to bring in cash
A team of Hailsham stroke survivors cycled the equivalent distance of London to Brighton on indoor bikes at Hailsham Leisure Centre on June 13. The riders took it in turns to cover the 56 miles as a team.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Hailsham town fete will be bigger than ever
Organisers Hailsham Town Council's Festivities and Events Committee, in partnership with Hailsham Community College Academy Trust, say they are confident the fete will be a great family event and bigger and better than ever.
Award for hero paramedic who faced gunman
Paramedic Gary Criddle, who recieved a Secamb award for bravery after facing a man in Hailsham High Street brandishing a fake pistol SUS-140320-141251001 Gary Criddle, a paramedic based at Hailsham Ambulance Station, was presented with the Association of Chief Police Officers National Bravery Award at a ceremony in Harrogate on June 19. It was on ... (more)
D-Day for the DGH as crucial decision looms
It's D-Day for the DGH as the future of Eastbourne's maternity and paediatric services will be determined at a Clinical Commissioning Groups meeting tomorrow .
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Author's first novel to raise cancer funds
Sonny Bradley. Northampton Town v Pompey. League Two. Sixfields Stadium. Monday, April 21, 2014.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Roe deer, entangled in football goal, saved
Volunteer rescuers from East Sussex Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service were called out to attend a deer rescue with a difference on 11 June 2014 after receiving a report of a deer with its antlers entangled in a child's football goal.
Tue Jun 17, 2014
Protest at bus stop over cuts in Herstmonceux
Parents campaigning to win back free school buses to transport their children to secondary school met with a county councillor during a protest at the bus stop in Herstmonceux.
Overgrown roadside verges are 'hazardous' in some rural Wealden roads
A resident from Hellingly has said he is concerned some of the roadside grass verges are so overgrown in the area they are obscuring the view of the road and making conditions hazardous for road users.
Sat Jun 14, 2014
Video: Oh deer! Animal gets stuck in goal in Hailsham
Volunteer rescuers from East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service tracked down the deer at the edge of Abbotts Wood, close to Robin Post Lane in Hailsham, in tall vegetation.