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”).

New Rotary Club in Crowborough support Dementia Café

New Rotary Club in Crowboroughare supporting the Dementia Café at the Oasis Centre.
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Over £4,500 raised to support Crowborough Hospital

Organisers of the Friends of Crowborough Hospital Pop-Up Fete & Craft Fair on Monday have thanked residents for making the event a resounding success despite it the Bank Holiday being a rather chilly day.
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Crowborough Councillor announces charities he will support while Chairman

Councillor Ron Reed from Crowborough has said supporting local charities, as well as businesses & organisations, is at the top of his agenda while Chairman of Wealden District Council.

Transform our community for a better future

Next month a meeting is being held to find practical solutions which will help Crowborough to thrive in a sustainable way.
Proposed Boundary Changes Crowborough 2023 Review

Views on parliamentary boundary proposals

Wealden councillors think Hartfield should be in the new "Hailsham and Crowborough" constituency and it should be named "Sussex Wealden".

Did you know Shirley Newbold?

Did you know Shirley Newbold who was in her 80s and lived at Nye Close in Crowborough?

Air Dome approved at Crowborough Tennis Club

Last week planning permission was granted to allow the for Crowborough Tennis and Squash Club to cover two tennis courts using an Air Dome.
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Council eyes one-off projects after budget review

East Sussex County Council will look to make a series of one-off investments in local infrastructure and climate change.

Care home residents and school children create Community Choir

Care home residents at Sussex Housing & Care, including the Woodlands in Crowborough, connected with over 150 school children from across Sussex for a big community sing along.
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£27 million Council underspend last year

East Sussex County Council recorded an underspend in 2020/21. £15m related to Covid-19 general funding which has yet to be spent and almost £12m was primarily in Adult Social Care.