Lewes District Council
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We are inviting members of the voluntary and community sector to an event at Newhaven Fort on Saturday 6 July 2013 from 10am-1pm.
Lewes District Council has launched a new food recycling waste service on June 3 as part of an ambitious campaign to double recycling rates across the district over the next 12 months.
Lewes District Council is to reorganise its staff structure to make services easier to access and be fit for the future.
The Sustainable Travel eVent is being held at Lewes station car park on the 14th June 2013 from 9am to 12pm. The eVent is supported by Sussex-air, eV South East, Southern Rail and Lewes District Council.
The partners behind Newhaven’s new University Technical College (UTC), due to open in September 2015, aim to redevelop the landmark marine workshops on Railway Quay in Newhaven as their pioneering new centre of learning.
Lewes District Council is launching a new food recycling waste service on June 3 2013 as part of an ambitious campaign to double recycling rates across the district over the next 12 months.
LEAP has now opened for applications for the LEAP Entrepreneur Award 2013.
Workplaces across Lewes are getting ready for the Lewes Cycle Challenge which starts on Monday, 27 May 2013.
Councillor Michael Chartier who represents Lewes Castle has been elected as the new Chair of Lewes District Council.
Kuwaiti European Holdings Company on Wednesday 1 May 2013 announced their decision not to go ahead with a proposed water park development on land at Newhaven.
To complete his term of office as Chair of Lewes District Council, Councillor Tony Nicholson and his Consort, Angela, hosted an event at Newhaven Fort to thank those who volunteer in the district.
The Rooks (Lewes Football Club) showed their support for this year’s Lewes Cycle Challenge by getting ready to cycle. Lewes FC is one of 12 businesses that are already signed up to the Lewes Cycle Challenge.
Hundreds of people in the Lewes district area could miss their chance to vote in the local elections this May if they don’t take action now.
The Chair of Lewes District Council, Cllr Tony Nicholson, welcomed international students from Sussex Downs College to the council’s headquarters at Lewes House.
Lewes District Council has partnered with FutureGov to identify how welfare reform will impact on residents, and what options are available to support people.
Engineering and education for employment – a professional college for 14 – 19 year olds in Newhaven gets government the go-ahead.
If you’re looking for somewhere that is sure to entertain the whole family this Easter, look no further than Newhaven Fort.
A historic Lewes site is having scrub removed as part of a project to restore chalk grassland and increase biodiversity across the South Downs.
English Tourism Week, 16-24 March, is a celebration of the quality and vibrancy of the tourist experience on your doorstep.
Lewes District Council and Lewes Town Council were awarded second place in the National Association of Civic Officers (NACO) ‘Civic Office of the Year Award’.
Lewes District Council and Eastbourne Borough Council are exploring options for sharing some support services to improve efficiency and save money.
The Leader of Lewes District Council has repeated the Council’s position in relation to St Mary’s Social Centre.
We have again frozen council tax for another year. This means an average Band D tax payer will still pay £192.48 for the year.
Entries are open for the 20th annual Artwave festival. It will see hundreds of local artists open their studios and homes to display their work.
Newhaven’s historic Fort re-opens to the public on Friday 1st March 2013 and promises visitors a quality day out to remember.
We are asking local residents to give your views on our new food waste service coming soon.
The ‘HERE HERE’ campaign is an exciting new partnership initiative which seeks to bring people and nature closer together in the Brighton & Hove and Lewes Downs area.
Lewes District Council is leading a new initiative to help people back into work.
My Home aims to support vulnerable people who live in cold, damp homes or struggle to pay their fuel bills.
Gentlemen Of The Road festival takes place in Lewes on 19th and 20th July 2013. Car Parking tickets are available now for £20.
Lewes District Council and the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA) are progressing a key planning document - the “Core Strategy” with the intention to submit to the Secretary of State in April 2013.
Lewes District Council and the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA) are progressing a key planning document - the Core Strategy - with the intention to submit to the Secretary of State in April 2013.