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ARMED FORCES DAY
June 27th, 2020.

The Seahaven Branch, The Royal Society of St George together with Seaford Town Council held a small commemorative service at the Seaford War Memorial today, Veterans and Armed Forces Day.


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ACCIDENT AT NEWHAVEN - A26 TRAFFIC
June 25th, 2020. 

An earlier road accident on the A26 Newhaven to Beddingham road has now cleared. 
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ARMED FORCES DAY
June 18th, 2020.

The annual Armed Forces Day event on the Martello Fields at Seaford that is usually arranged for the whole of the District of Lewes with surrounding Towns and Villages by Seaford Town Council and the Seahaven Branc...More»
SAIL CARGO RETURNS TO NEWHAVEN AS PART OF A GREEN NEW NORMAL
June 17th, 2020.

Sail Boat Project has announced the return of sail cargo vessel Gallant to Newhaven in September 2020. delivering top-quality Portuguese olive oils to Sussex.


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PHASE ONE OF WALKING AND CYCLING FUND ANNOUNCED
June 17th, 2020.


A plan for the rapid implementation of infrastructure improvements for walkers and cyclists has been given a guarded welcome by Lewes District Council.


The government emergency active trav...More»
HAVENS CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN HITS TARGET
June 15th, 2020.

The Havens coastal community (Saltdean to Seaford) has pulled together to help raise over £5000 for a local non-profit organisation to continue its work as lockdown continues to be eased in stages.
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BLEND COFFEE CO – FEEDING THE TROOPS & OPEN FOR BUSINESS
June 12th, 2020.

Newhaven resident Oli Crawley and his business partner Tom Jennion have been keeping themselves busy over at their Portslade-based coffee shop.

As lockdown measures eased to allow food and drink...More»
POLICE HUNT NEWHAVEN ARSONIST
June 11th, 2020.

Sussex Police are investigating the criminal damage of four cars in Newhaven in the early hours of this morning. Firefighters alerted police at 12.52am after they were called to First Avenue, where it was repo...More»
NEW SEAFRONT SAFETY SIGNAGE
June 11th, 2020

Seaford Town Council is installing new seafront signage and rescue equipment. Starting this week, the old information signage from Splash Point to the East Arm at Newhaven will be removed and replaced by new an...More»
PLEA TO HELP ALL SPORT AND LEISURE PROVIDERS
June 9th, 2020.

LDC Conservative Group release:

LDC is being urged to investigate additional support to ensure the viability of all sports clubs and leisure facilities across the Lewes district, recognising the...More»
PLAYGROUNDS STAY SHUT
June 9th, 2020.

Childrens' play areas in Lewes district remain closed to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in line with government guidance. Lewes District Council is reminding families that play areas will stay shut until the government anno...More»
COVID-19:COUNCILS PLEA TO SECRETARY OF STATE TO STOP 'SPECULATIVE' DEVELOPMENT
June 9th, 2020.

With work on many local development sites at a standstill, East and West Sussex local authorities and Brighton & Hove City Council have written to the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities & Local Gove...More»
LDC's £7.9 MILLION BID FOR NEWHAVEN TOWN CENTRE
June 5th, 2020.

Lewes District Council today submitted its final bid to government for £7.9million funding to help transform Newhaven town centre and create up to 200 jobs by 2024.


Newhaven was last year s...More»
SEAFORD MAYOR SUPPORTS LOCAL CHARITIES
June 3rd, 2020.

The Mayor of Seaford, Councillor Rodney Reed has set out how he would like to help support local charities in Seaford and national charities that provide services directly in Seaford.


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SEAFORD BUSINESS BRINGS GOOD KARMA TO COMMUNITY GROUP
June 2nd, 2020.

A business in Seaford has continued its support to local good causes by donating money to the Havens Community Hub CIC.


Jerry Lyons and Wendy Reed run marketing company The Estate Agent Content C...More»
PUBLIC FLOWER BEDS BECKON BEES
June 2nd, 2020.

Public gardens across Lewes district will not be showcasing their usual summer floral displays this summer because of plant supply issues due to the Covid-19 crisis - however a pollinator-friendly alternative is bei...More»