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31 January 2019 - A27 Bus stop Ashcombe Hollow

 

Disruption to services

 

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26 January 2019 - Could you be interested in becoming a Parish Councillor?

 

The term of office for the current Parish Council will soon be concluded (yes, weíve been going for four years!), and local elections will take place on 2 May. There are currently five members of the council, but we have the capacity to elect seven councillors.

At our meeting on 13 March at 7pm at the Community Pavilion we will spend some time talking about what our responsibilities are and what weíve been able to achieve over the past four years, in order to (hopefully) encourage others to become councillors. If youíre interested, why not come along? You wonít be committing to anything but if you would like to join us we can talk through the nomination process (which isnít onerous).

If you canít make the meeting and you are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor, please do give me a ring on 01273 475148, or email me on Fiona.harrison@kingston-pc.org.uk.

 

Fiona Harrison

Chair, Kingston Parish Council

 

 

26 January 2019 - SDNP Local Plan Update

 

Here is an update from KPC on the Examination of the SDNP Local Plan

 

04 January 2019 - Planning Update 4 January 2019

 

Here is Kingston Parish Council's latest planning update of applications currently under consideration.

 

Details of all planning applications can be found on the planning area of this website

 

28 December 2018 - Bus Service Changes

 

Compass Travel are making a number of changes to bus services from 7 January 2019.

 

123 Lewes-Kingston-Rodmell-Piddinghoe-Newhaven:

 

The additional schooldays afternoon only bus between Priory School and Kingston will no longer be provided. There is sufficient space for pupils on the similarly timed main service 123, though some may need to stand. There are also timing changes to other journeys.

 

The new bus timetables from 7 January will shortly be available on Compass Travelís website

www.compass-travel.co.uk and on their buses.

 

21 November 2018 - ESCC Core Offer

 

East Sussex County Council has kicked off its public conversation on the ESCC Core Offer. The Core Offer is an assessment of the services that ESCC think are most needed by residents, businesses and communities and that they should be expected to provide in a difficult financial climate, it will inform and direct their budget planning over the coming three years. You can read more about the Core Offer here.

 

ESCC have launched a survey seeking views of those that live and work in the county, particularly whether they agree with the approach, whether the priorities and services in the Core Offer are right, and if there are ways they can work differently with partners and communities to do more to support each other.

 

We would encourage you all to complete the survey, which you can access here

 

 

09 July 2018 - KINGSTON PARISH COUNCIL MEETING RE-SCHEDULED

 

The Kingston Parish Council Meeting due to be held on Wednesday 11th July 2018 has been re-scheduled and will now take place on Wednesday 18th July 2018.

 

The updated agenda will be available on village notice boards and on the meetings page of this website on Friday 13th July.

 

05 May 2018 - 2018 National Rural Crime Survey

 

Sussex Police and the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner are inviting residents to complete the 2018 National Rural Crime Survey.

 

It has been three years since the first National Rural Crime Survey asked the public for their views on matters relating to rural crime. This yearís survey went live this week on April 17, and those who live, work or visit rural communities in the county are being encouraged to respond and have their voice heard.

 

In late 2017, the force appointed Superintendent Emma Brice and Sergeant Tom Carter as dedicated leads for rural crime, to address the vulnerabilities and crime types which are specific to rural areas.

 

 

 

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30 March 2018 - The new Mixed Recycling Process in Lewes District

 

If you wonder how it all works, here is a video to show what happens to the mixed recycling after collection by Virador

 

 

 

 

10 March 2018 - East Sussex Libraries - The Way Forward

 

Libraries Strategic Commissioning Strategy

 

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