Oh baby! Now DGH move could see 300% increase of bab...
Town’s Ancestors Project gathers pace
DGH chief exec defends decision to make changes
Resurfacing scheme shortlisted for award
Store looks for charity to help for next 12 months
Fresh fears for the future of sub-post offices
A controversial application for Tesco to sell alcohol at the store it intends to open in the former council offices in Grove Road was given the go ahead on Monday night.
The developers behind Shepham Wind Farm, which was given the red light by Wealden councillors last week, have spoken of their disappointment.1 comment
It’s just one week to go until Eastbourne’s 2013 Carnival.
Former Bishop of Lewes Wallace Benn has had all Clergy Discipline complaints against him dismissed this week by a top judge and the Archbishop of York.
A Sovereign Harbour water feature ,previously labelled an ‘eyesore’ by local residents, took on a new look last week.
A former DGH consultant has warned that changes to the maternity services at the hospital will see a 300 per cent increase of babies born in cars in East Sussex.2 comments
During a week when Eastbourne Borough Football Club reduced Tommy Widdrington’s player budget by 15 per cent, wealthy Kuwaiti investment company KEH Holdings turned their attentions to Blue Square South rivals Ebbsfleet.
Eastbourne Borough boss Tommy Widdrington is keen to thrash out deals with five of his most consistent performers from last season.
Former Eastbourne Borough manager Garry Wilson has been linked to the vacant managerial position at Lewes.
EASTBORNE Borough legend Darren Baker received his last of many awards at the club’s annual dinner to bring the curtain down on an incredible 21 seasons with the club.
Milly Widdop represented Hailsham Swimming Club at the Beckenham International Open Meet at the Crystal Palace National Sport Centre.
Kirsty Peyton-Lander speaks to the Herald after giving birth in the back of a car on the way to the Conquest Hospital in Hastings.6 comments
Eastbourne Theatres are delighted to be working with the critically acclaimed Brighton-based production company Talking Scarlet to produce Murder In The Park – A Season of Thrillers at the Devonshire Park Theatre from June 4-29.
Cole Porter’s timeless classic High Society will be at the Congress Theatre from June 18-22 in a dazzling new production from the acclaimed producers of The King and I.
2007 proved a glorious year for one of England’s foremost current composers - John Rutter, for in that year he received a CBE in the New Year’s Honours list for his services to music. His joyous Magnificat will feature in Phoenix Choir’s summer concert. That year was also a happy celebration for Michael Fields, since this saw the premiere of his own composition Midsummer Mass.
The fabulous Priscilla Queen of the Desert sashays into the Congress Theatre this summer from August 12-17 starring Noel Sullivan.
Welsh singing star Sophie Evans will be coming to the Royal Hippodrome Theatre on June 8.
2013 marks the 30th anniversary of Billy Fury’s untimely death and the music of Britain’s own Elvis, is celebrated by Michael King and his fantastic musicians in The Billy Fury Years, at Congress Theatre, Eastbourne on Friday, May 24.
A Golden Jubilee Mass and Celebration will be held in honour of Father Seamus Hester at Our Lady of Ransom Catholic Church in Eastbourne next month.
You can donate a pint of blood at St John’s Church hall, Church Road, Polegate, on June 14.
Shinewater Court is looking for volunteer drivers.
The Redoubt Fortress will be opening in the evening for a late night museum viewing and a film screening of House of Wax on Saturday (May 18, 7pm for an 8pm start).
A Japanese style garden is to open up next month with the aim of raising money for charity.
A new face has joined the team at Seaford.
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Weather for Eastbourne
Sunday 19 May 2013
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Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: North east
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Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: North west