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Eastbourne Borough Council news

Council launches consultation on four-year plan

Eastbourne residents and businesses are being invited to have their say on a draft plan which sets out the council's vision, direction and priorities for the next four years.

Free business sustainability course for Eastbourne firms

Eastbourne businesses are invited to take part in a free online sustainability workshop over two mornings.

Harvest Festival netted more than 320kg of foodbank donations

A Civic Harvest Festival Celebration amassed a massive 326.5kg in food donations for Eastbourne Foodbank.

Council launches review of polling stations and districts

Eastbourne Borough Council is inviting residents, particularly people with disabilities, to give their views about polling districts and places where electors vote.

Join the Mayor for two social highlights in aid of charities

The Mayor of Eastbourne is kicking off her charity fundraising year with two popular social events in October.

Government commends council on financial response to pandemic

Council Leader: Over 300% rise in homelessness numbers is 'unsustainable'

Cabinet councillors welcome new homes across Eastbourne

Eastbourne Borough Council is driving forward with a diverse programme to deliver new homes in the face of 'substantial challenges'.

Free workshop announced for budding entrepreneurs in Eastbourne

Edeal has announced a free and practical one-day workshop to assist aspiring entrepreneurs in setting up a successful social enterprise in Eastbourne.

New modular homes welcome first council tenants

A new council development of high-quality modular homes in Fort Lane has welcomed its first tenants.

Airbourne 2023 was carbon neutral

Council funds 14,000 new trees in Uganda with £7,000 donation

New electric vehicle charging points in council car parks

Eastbourne Borough Council has installed public charging points for 18 electric vehicle bays in three car parks across the town.

Council survey asks residents about recycling

Eastbourne Borough Council is inviting people to take part in a survey to help improve its household recycling service.