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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”).

Hospital Fête seeks new volunteers

Crowborough Hospital Fete is seeking new volunteers to help out on the day. Helpers are needed for raffle ticket sales, stalls and to...

Crowborough Town Council propose increasing Council Tax by 1.9%

Yesterday evening Crowborough Town Council's finance committee proposed a 1.9% increase in their Council Tax precept (£2.44 per year on an average Band D...

Coffee morning to raise money for cancer drug

A woman, born and brought up in Crowborough, is trying to raise £66,000 to fund a course of life-extending drugs which are currently unavailable...

Jarvis Brook Community Hub

The former youth centre, known as JBs, next to the park in Jarvis Brook, is to be converted into a new Community Hub. The building...

Crowborough Town Council budget proposals for 2017-18

Update:  At the meeting of the Full Council on 24th January 2017, Councillors (by an 11-4 vote) decided on an increase of 3.07%.   Next Tuesday...

European Election Results

The following 10 candidates have been elected to represent the South East Region:  The Brexit Party (4) – Nigel Paul Farage, Alexandra Lesley Phillips, Robert...

Crowborough Town Council cancel Sussex Day & Summer Fair

It is with sadness and regret that Crowborough Town Council has taken the difficult decision to cancel its Sussex Day and Summer Fair events scheduled for later this year.

Photos Crowborough Summer Fair

Selection of photos taken at the Crowborough Town Council Summer Fair at Goldsmiths Recreation Ground on Saturday 13th July 2019.

Crowborough youngster supports Sussex charity

A young Brighton and Hove Albion supporter from Crowborough is encouraging others to raise funds for Chailey Heritage.
Cllr Sylvia Tidy, Crowborough South and St Johns

Ofsted praises East Sussex for its outstanding children’s services

East Sussex County Council has become one of few local authorities to have achieved the highest possible rating for its work with vulnerable families...