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Community

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”).

Want to make a difference?

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What changes would you make to improve Crowborough? Often people are happy to sit on the sidelines and pontificate.  However next year you can make...

Best foot forward

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Update: The team have been successful in their challenge and have so far raised over £2,000 towards their target. RT @chYpsCharity: They've made it! Congrats...

Hospital fete raises over £8,000 despite the downpour

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Despite the heavy rain, Crowborough Hospital fete, organised by the Friends of Crowborough Hospital, took place as usual on Bank Holiday Monday. The determination of...
Blue Badge in Car Window

Blue Badge Scam

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Bogus websites are scamming vulnerable people by claiming they can deal with applications for a Blue Badge. East Sussex Trading Standards is warning people wanting...
Crowborough Community Centre

Community Centre is Highly Commended

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Crowborough Community Centre has been ‘Highly Commended’ in the Sussex Heritage Trust Awards 2014. The £3.2 million building which was opened in 2012, was recognised...

Vintage Day at Nutley Windmill

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Vintage Day at Nutley Windmill on Sunday 29th June 2014 Standing in a beautiful setting overlooking Ashdown Forest, Nutley Windmill is the only working open-trestle...

Help shape the Neighbourhood Plan

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Update: A Steering Committee and 4 Working Groups (Community Facilities, Commercial, Environment, Transport & Housing) have now been set-up.  Keep track of discussions by reading...

Care Home Open Day

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Care homes in Crowborough will be joining others across the country to open their doors to the public on Friday (20th June), as part...

Sussex Police recruit Special Constables in Wealden

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In Sussex, over 400 people currently spend a minimum of four hours a week as volunteer police officers serving the local community. Special constables have...

Rotary Club’s Citizens Award

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Crowborough Community First Responders (CFRs), a group of volunteers who are specially trained to assist the ambulance service, have been honoured with the annual...