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”).

Video: Crowborough Town Council’s Carol Service

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Video: Crowborough Town Council's virtual Christmas Carol Concert 2020.

Photo Special: Crowborough Hospital Fete

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With thanks to the organisers of the Fete and all the people who volunteered their time.  And especially to the residents of Crowborough for...

Walkabouts in Alderbrook and Jarvis Brook

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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...

Search and Rescue volunteers test their skills on the Ashdown Forest

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Update: The Conservators of the Ashdown Forest had not been told of the event in advance.  They will be contacting the Chief Constable to remind him...
Crowborough Beacon at Goldsmiths Recreation Ground

Should Crowborough light the beacon on The Queen’s 90th Birthday in April?

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On Thursday 21st April Her Majesty The Queen celebrates her 90th Birthday.  Crowborough has the opportunity to get involved in celebrations with the lighting...

New look for café at the Crowborough Community Centre

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From 1st April, the café will be run as a joint venture between the Crowborough Community Association and Sussex Community Development Association (SCDA) who...
Crowborough Town Sign

Breaking up is hard to do

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Just a couple of months ago it looked like the marriage between Crowborough and Horwich was heading toward divorce, however it now seem the...
Talk about Guide Dogs for the Blind puppy training

Dog training club celebrates 50 years

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Last night Brook Dog Training Club celebrated 50 years of continuous dog training. There was games for the dogs... and their handlers, a talk about Guide Dogs for the...
Pam Tysh is standing in the election for "Crowborough South & St Johns" in the East Sussex County Council elections on 6th May 2021.

County Council Elections on 6th May: Pam Tysh

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Pam Tysh is standing in the election for "Crowborough South & St Johns" in the East Sussex County Council elections on 6th May 2021.
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Wealden residents’ satisfaction survey results

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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.