In Pictures: Stunning five-bedroom terraced property for sale in Eastbourne’s Old Town
Have a look inside this stunning five-bedroom terraced house in Eastbourne’s Old Town that has been listed for sale on Zoopla.
Hundreds on their marks for Sunday’s Eastbourne Half Marathon
Around 1,000 runners will line up for the Eastbourne Half Marathon on Sunday morning.
Grand Prix awards picked up by Hastings athletes – Eastbourne trio sharpen up
This week’s bumper round-up of athletics in East Sussex features news of awards for members one club in Hastings – plus some great race results for athletes from Eastbourne, Hailsham and Hastings.
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust issue update on Eastbourne Midwifery Unit
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust have issued an update on the Eastbourne Midwifery Unit.
East Sussex-based broadband company goes into administration but firm says it is 'business as usual'
An East Sussex-based broadband company has gone into administration.
Simon Leslie: Big month ahead for Eastbourne Borough – and your support will make a difference
The scenario I warned about in my first Herald and sussexworld.co.uk column hit us last weekend.
Government accepts Eastbourne council’s request for 'exceptional financial support'
Eastbourne Borough Council is set to use ‘capitalisation’ to balance its budget, after the government accepted the authority’s request for exceptional financial support (EFS).
Eastbourne councillors back calls for ceasefire in Gaza
Eastbourne councillors have backed calls for a ceasefire in Gaza.
Noteworthy Voices concert at St Johns Church in Eastbourne
Eastbourne Chamber Choir, Noteworthy Voices, with pupils from St Andrews Prep school, are performing 'Captain Noah and his Floating Zoo' on Sunday March 10th at 6pm at St Johns Church in Eastbourne.
Eastbourne shopping centre retailers choose their Charity of The Year for 2024
A charity devoted to supporting parents and siblings after the death of a young family member has been named as Eastbourne shopping centre the Beacon’s Charity of the Year.
Eastbourne non-profit: Removal of parking meters across town will have a ‘detrimental effect’
An Eastbourne organisation has said the removal of parking meters will have a ‘detrimental effect’ on people wanting to visit the town.
Sussex vet team member gives Turkey rescue dog second chance at life
A chance conversation at an award-winning Sussex vet practice has led to the rescue of a lovable two-year-old dog who survived an earthquake in Turkey.
Driver treated for injuries following bus collision in East Sussex
Emergency services were called to a collision in Pevensey last night (February 27).
These are the delays and cancellations at London Gatwick so far today – Wednesday, February 28. How airport cut carbon emissions from diesel vehicles by swapping fuel to HVO
These are the delays and cancellations to and from London Gatwick Airport so far today (Wednesday, February 28).
Hastings piano competition nears conclusion
The 17th Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition is approaching its conclusion, with the final on March 2 at the White Rock Theatre.
EASTBOURNE SPRING WATER FESTIVAL 24 LAUNCH SPONSOR PROGRAMME
Presented by Plastic Free Eastbourne, The Eastbourne Spring Water Festival 2024 will raise awareness of our campaign to businesses and organisations in the local area and provide promotional opportunities and other related benefits presented by the Festival via sponsorship methods. Plastic Free East...
An Audience with the 5-mile Polegate Ramblers
By Lindsey Gwynne Ramblers have many reasons for joining the 5-mile Polegate Ramblers. During a chilly and muddy walk from Folkington to Wilmington, I discussed with some of them why they were there. Seeing a group of check-shirted, back-packed people at the station, newly retired Robert decided to ...
Eastbourne showroom closes down in Grove Road
Schmidt Kitchens Eastbourne has closed down in Grove Road. A sign on the front door confirms: “Your Schmidt showroom is definetly closed.” It apologises for any inconvenience caused by the closure. It opened around two years ago, and an early promotion in Bournefree said: “With a network of o...
Overcoming Anxiety and Empowering Others
Hailsham based business owner Nic Gray shares her journey from bullied school kid, overcoming anxiety and building her own multi award-winning business whilst raising two young children. From a young age I was bullied for various reasons, “too tall”, “too skinny” the list goes on. As the y...
Eastbourne MP: ‘I share concern over removal of parking meters in town’
EASTBOURNE MP Caroline Ansell has expressed concern over the removal of parking meters in town. She’s the town’s Tory MP – and it’s the Tory-controlled East Sussex County Council which has brought in the changes. LibDems have remained quiet. Here’s resident Bob Heales: “Many residents do...