WHITEBREAD LANE, BECKLEY – UPCOMING ROADWORKS

 

 

Anti-skid works on Whitebread Lane, Beckley are scheduled to take place on Saturday 3rd February 2018. These works will be carried out at night, with working hours between 19:15pm-6:00am, and under temporary signals.

 

If you are contacting us regarding an emergency, please call us on 0345 60 80 193 to bring this to our immediate attention.

 

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Danielle Georgeson | Customer Service Manager – Rother district and Hastings

Customer Contact Centre | East Sussex Highways

Phone: 01273 815361 | Mobile: 07342 998487 | Member & Parish Hotline: 0345 071 2715

Email: customerservicemanager@eastsussexhighways.com | Website:  www.EastSussexHighways.com

THE BECKLEY FUND NEEDS YOUR HELP

The Beckley Fund is here to support activities in Beckley and the surrounding area.

To continue this work, we need your help.  The fund is small and any donations or bequests will go to continue keeping Beckley a good place to live.

Charity no 1160475

Trustees: Mary Howse, Ann Jones & Anthea Setter

The Beckley Fund, The Bartletts, Main Street, Beckley, TN31 6RR.  Tel: 01797 260213

SUSSEX WATCH OUT MAGAZINE

Please see the Sussex Watch Out Magazine, from Who Can You Trust.

If members want to view a flip-page version they can use this link goo.gl/LqkmPJ or they can use the link on the home page of the website www.whocanyoutrust.org.uk

  Sussex magazine

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Watch Out magazine is a free monthly online publication distributed in Suffolk, Essex, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Notts, Herts and Bucks offering advice to the elderly and the vulnerable on the safeguards they should put in place to avoid losing money to conmen and fraudsters. This is done by publishing examples of the various scams being carried out right across the country. The publications are distributed to a minimum of 85,000 people every month thanks to the support of Neighbourhood Watch groups, voluntary associations for the elderly, parish councils, U3As and other groups dealing with mature and vulnerable adults.