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NEW LOCAL BUS FARE STRUCTURE NOW INCLUDES THE VALLEY
April 29th, 2017.


Starting today, Newhaven town buses 145 and also 123 - between Valley Road, the Town Centre and Sainsburys - will be subsidised for everyone all day every Saturday.


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NEWHAVEN MAYOR'S CHARITY TEA DANCE
April 28th, 2017.


This Sunday sees the Newhaven Mayor's Charity Tea Dance stepping out at the Hillcrest Centre with all proceeds going to the Mayor's chosen charities.

Tickets are just £6.00 from the Hillcres...More»
LAUNCH OF THE SHOAL
April 25th, 2017.


The unveiling of Seaford’s Community Bench is to take place on the 1st of May at Splash Point, Seaford at 12.30pm.


Residents who have supported this project by donating a fish will ...More»
NEWHAVEN DRAFT NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN PRE-SUBMISSION AND PUBLICITY
April 25th, 2017.

NTC release:


To quote a well-known saying -  The one thing we can be certain of is change - and Neighbourhood Planning gives a wonderful opportunity for local people to have a say ab...More»
ST. GEORGE'S DAY WAS A FABULOUS DAY
April 25th, 2017.


Saint Andrew's Church in Alfriston was packed when at 6.00pm on Sunday, England's National Day and the Feast of St George, the bells were rung. Throughout the Country many church bells are rung at this time ...More»
HELP GIVE 'WHEELS TO THE WORLD' TO LOCAL CHARITY
April 22nd, 2017.


Charity Fundraiser Paula Woolven, from Telscombe Cliffs, is hoping to win up to £1000 for CTLA Community Transport in a Local Hero campaign run by Localgiving, the online fundraising site.

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NEW LOW-COST FARES FOR NEWHAVEN SATURDAY BUS SERVICES
April 21st, 2017.


From NEXT Saturday, the 29th of April, Newhaven town buses 145 and 123, (between Valley Road, the Town Centre and Sainsbury's), will be subsidised for everyone, all day, every Saturday!
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HAVE YOU SEEN MARTIN HARDY FROM SEAFORD? - NOW FOUND
April 20th, 2017.


Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of 50-year-old Martin Hardy from Seaford. His sister spoke to him at around 2.00pm on Monday, but he failed to arrive at work the following day and h...More»
FRIENDS OF TIDE MILLS APRIL MEETING AND CLEAR UP
April 16th, 2017.

Brian Skinner reports:


The Friends of Tide Mills completed their April meeting today in still, slightly chilly, but at least dry weather. 20 of us collected 8 bags of assorted litter and ...More»
NEWHAVEN LIFEBOAT LAUNCHED TO ASSIST DIVERS
April 16th, 2017.


Newhaven’s Severn Class lifeboat ‘RNLB David and Elizabeth Acland’ and her volunteer crew were launched yesterday morning at 9:40am to assist divers separated from their dive vessel which h...More»
COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTIONS - HOW SHOULD YOU CHOOSE?
April 14th, 2017.


The County Council Elections are set for the 4th of May. Have you thought about who or how you will vote? Seaford Town Crier Peter White has and he offers the following thoughts....



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SEAFORD COUNCILLOR LESLIE WORCESTER
April 14th, 2017.


Seaford Town Council has announced that Councillor Leslie Worcester recently passed away following a period of illness.


Councillor Worcester joined the Town Council in August 2015, with a...More»
M&Co SUPPORTS CTLA
April 12th, 2017.


The M&Co Spring Summer 17 collections were modelled by volunteers during the CTLA Community Transport charity event at the Seaford store last month. The event raised an amazing £479 for the vital m...More»
VARIETY AT THE BARN
April 12th, 2017.


“I’ve Heard That One Before” is a light-hearted musical reprise of many songs from the 90-year history of the Barn Theatre performing group, which began its life as Seaford Operatic Society...More»
SEAFORD MAN WINS NATIONAL INDUSTRY AWARD
April 10th, 2017.


A Seaford man has been named the winner of the Charles Keeble Award at the inaugural British Pest Management Awards. The award recognises his outstanding commitment and performance in training and developmen...More»