Public open spaces – should 2017 protection orders stay in place?

Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) implemented back in 2017 are set to come to an end later this year and now the council is asking if you think they should be extended. In 2017 Eastbourne Borough Council (EBC) consulted over plans to implement PSPOs that saw four being put in place across the town that […]

What’s happening at Eastbourne Borough Council?

Tourist Information Centre to reopen soon at new location The Tourist Information Centre will reopen from its new location at the Welcome Building in Devonshire Quarter at 10am on Monday, September 7th. This relocation from Cornfield Road allows Eastbourne Borough Council (EBC) to combine its visitor services into one multifunctional team. The new centre will […]

Mayor reaches out to children with mental health problems

Eastbourne’s Mayor Councillor Steve Wallis has awarded £500 from his Kick-Out Covid Fund for counselling and support to help children suffering with mental health problems. The grant has been made to Holding Space, a not-for-profit community organisation that provides mental health support to parents, carers, children and families. This is the third project to benefit […]

Virus ‘has not gone away’ but new cases ‘carefully managed’

Earlier today Eastbourne Borough Council, East Sussex County Council and Public Health England issued an update on rates of Covid-19 infections in Eastbourne. The virus has not gone away and and the update said there was a fluctuation of relatively small numbers of cases in many parts of the country. In Eastbourne the weekly infection […]