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People working together for the common good includes charities, fundraising & volunteering. Playing a full part in society as active and responsible person. Speific examples: Jarvis Brook & Alderbook Community Associations, Friends of Crowborough Hospital, Lions and Crowborough Foodbank. Council and government elections (not PCC in “Crime”). (Most Groups & Societies might be better categorised as “Lifestyle” or “Arts & Entertainment”).

Crowborough Carnival Cancelled

Crowborough Bonfire & Carnival Society have decided to cancel this year’s bonfire & carnival celebrations.

First recipients of the Wealden Hero Awards

Last week, Nus Ghani MP awarded the first Wealden Hero Awards to Crowborough residents Spencer Miller, Maisie Jones and Alison Cousins for their efforts in relation to the groups "Supporting Crowborough" and "Sewing Crow-Bees".

Hospital Friends “Pop-up” Charity Shop

Following the cancellation of the Crowborough Hospital Fête, the centrepiece of the Friends’ fundraising efforts will this August be a pop-up charity shop on Croft Road.

Phased re-opening of Crowborough Community Centre

Crowborough Community Centre is planning a phased re-opening of its facilities now that the government has given the green light to community groups meeting again.

Crowborough Library to Re-open

Crowborough Library is one of five in East Sussex to reopen on 13th July, following a change in the Government's Covid-19 guidance.

Hospital CEO to run charity marathon between hospital sites

NHS Hospital Chief Executive is aiming to run from a marathon from Crowborough to Maidstone to raise money for the Trust's Charitable Fund.
Crowborough Town Council

Financial grants to local organisations

Crowborough Town Council is now accepting grant applications from organisations which may require a financial help due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Nus Ghani Wealden MP

Wealden MP calls for “real, practical solutions”

In response to the new commission into racial inequalities, Wealden MP Nus Ghani has called for "real, practical solutions".
British tenor Luke Price singing outside Tunbridge Wells hospital on on Tuesday 2nd June 2020.

Opera Singer thanks NHS in his own special way

An opera singer and son of a former Crowborough GP, has given an exclusive performance for staff at Tunbridge Wells Hospital.

Celebrating Volunteers’ Week

It is Volunteers’ Week, so there is no better time to pay tribute to the organisations that have been helping households during coronavirus.