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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”).

Walkabouts in Alderbrook and Jarvis Brook

Do you have a suggestion how your neighbourhood can be improved? Wealden District Council are organising "walkabouts" this week in Alderbook and Jarvis Brook.  They say the...
Swim England National Awards 2019

Swim England National Awards

Henry Russell-Ross from Beacon Swimming Club won the Youth Volunteer of the Year Award during a ceremony at Birmingham University’s Great Hall on Saturday....

Could this be the most expensive cheese sandwich?

Local builder Bob Dorrill started Tiger Bob's Charity Golf Day in 2003 to raise money for local charities. Each year a group of men, many...
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Council appoints lottery operator

After a tendering process, Wealden District Council has now appointed Gatherwell to manage it community lottery.
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Wealden residents’ satisfaction survey results

More than half of residents (53%) agree that Wealden District Council provides value for money. An increase of 4% from the last survey in 2019 and 10% higher than the national figure.

Crowborough Town Council awards over £50,000 in grants

At last night's Town Council meeting, Councillors considered applications for funding from local voluntary organisations.  The Council has a policy for making grants to...

Golf club raises £12,500 for people affected by blood cancer

Members of Crowborough Beacon Golf Club attended their Annual General Meeting on the evening of Saturday 6th January. Retiring Captain Richard Hemsley gave a report...

£50 charge for garden waste collections

Wealden District Council has confirmed that it will introduce a charge of £50 a year for garden waste collections when the new Joint Waste...
Staff from Openreach, part of the BT Group, Openreach spent a day gardening and painting furniture at the therapy garden at the Horder Centre in Crowborough

Hard-working volunteers are blooming marvellous!

Hard-working volunteers have been brightening up a therapy garden for patients at The Horder Centre in Crowborough. The 12-strong team from Openreach spent a day...

Summer Lunch raises £7,000 for cancer research

The Summer Lunch organised by the Crowborough committee of Cancer Research UK raised £7,000 for the charity. Around 150 people attended the annual fundraising event...