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Man left with ‘life-changing injuries’ after assault in Crowborough

Sussex Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault in Crowborough on Friday in which a man suffered serious facial injuries.
Katy Bourne Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner

Funding to tackle violence against women & girls

The Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner has been awarded nearly £1 million to tackle violence against women and girls in the latest round of the Government’s Safer Streets funding scheme.
'Distinctive' table lamp stolen from home in Myrtle Road, Crowborough during August 2021.

Distinctive lamps stolen from Crowborough home

Sussex Police have requested the help of the public to try and solve a burglary at a home in Myrtle Road, in which two distinctive lamps and a pair of designer sunglasses were stolen.

New police station opens in Crowborough town centre

The new Police Station in Crowborough has been officially opened by Katy Bourne and Councillor Philip Lunn, Wealden District and East Sussex County Councillor for Crowborough.

Burglaries in Crowborough

Sussex Police are investigating two recent burglaries in Crowborough in Alderbrook and Montargis Way.
Katy Bourne Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner photographed outside Crowborough Town Hall with two PCSOs.

Opening of Crowborough’s new Police Station

Sussex Police have announced that the new Police Station in Crowborough, at the former Town Hall, will open on 8th September 2021.
Lewis Ashdown

Man from Fairwarp pleads guilty to murder

Lewis Ashdown, 20, of Normansland in Fairwarp, has admitted murdering 18-year-old Marc Williams in the early hours of Sunday 30th May this year.

Do you recognise this man?

Police Officers have received multiple reports of nuisance and anti-social behaviour in the Croft Road and Whitehill Road areas of Crowborough, and believe the man pictured could help with their enquiries.
catalytic convertor thefts: Protect, Mark, Park.

Catalytic converter thefts in Crowborough

Sussex Police are warning motorists to be vigilant following five catalytic convertor thefts overnight, including two in Crowborough.
Wealden District Council offices in Hailsham

Council continues to face cyber-attack

Wealden District Council continues to face a ‘sustained’ cyber-attack, Councillors have heard.