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Help save Heathfield Works!

Help save Heathfield Works!

Sadly Tomorrows People, the national Charity and founding Partner, have taken the decision to withdraw from working in the rural areas at the end of this financial year. This means their removal of some funds provided towards the Heathfield Works! project despite the huge ongoing need for this inval...

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Wednesday 15th February 2017 2:43pm

231/262 Bus Route

231/262 Bus Route

Bus service 231 on Mondays to Fridays will continue between Etchingham, Burwash, Heathfield, Blackboys, Framfield and Uckfield. Service 231 on Saturdays will not run after its last day of operation on  the18 February.

Saturday service revised route 262 to start from Saturday 26 February and...

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Friday 10th February 2017 3:06pm

Volunteer for a brighter Heathfield

Volunteer for a brighter Heathfield

A group of residents concerned about the amount of litter in and around Heathfield have decided to start a clean-up campaign.  If you would like to join them contact Jean Lenihan on 01435 863392 and find out about their plans. 

Alternatively it would be great if you just cleared up the...

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Monday 30th January 2017 9:41am

Autism Sussex Store, Heathfield, Needs Donations

Autism Sussex Store, Heathfield, Needs Donations

A popular charity shop has issued an appeal for donations of furniture, clothing, toys, small electrical items and bric-a-brac to ensure it can continue to support local projects. Staff at the Autism Sussex store, in Heathfield say donations have dropped off in recent months and new stock is desp...

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Tuesday 24th January 2017 2:42pm

Age UK Heathfield Shop

Age UK Heathfield Shop

The Age UK Heathfield Shop need volunteers to work in the shop.  Volunteers who would like to meet new people and have a few spare hours to offer each week either behind the scenes or on the shop floor.

For more information please contact Fern Cameron on 01435 866480.

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Tuesday 3rd January 2017 10:27am

Do you need extra help if there is a power cut?

Do you need extra help if there is a power cut?

Do you or someone you know need extra help if there’s a power cut?
Join the Priority Services Register today.

Although power cuts don’t happen very often when they do they can be worrying. UK Power Networks is the electricity network and it provides a ‘Priority Services Registe...

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Monday 19th December 2016 7:19am

Volunteers Urgently Needed

Volunteers Urgently Needed

East Sussex charity Association of Carers are in urgent need of volunteers who are willing to offer three hours a week to befriend a sick or disabled person while their unpaid carer (a relative or friend) takes a break from their caring role.
Volunteers do not need any experience as no personal car...

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Wednesday 16th November 2016 11:28am

Rhymetime and Storytime volunteers needed at Heathfield Library

Rhymetime and Storytime volunteers needed at Heathfield Library

East Sussex Library and Information Service need volunteers.  For further information please email

jacqui.richardson@eastsussex.gov.uk

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Friday 11th November 2016 7:49am

New opening times for Heathfield Library from 28 November 2016

New opening times for Heathfield Library from 28 November 2016

Starting from the 28 November the new opening times for the Heathfield Library will be:

Monday: 10am to 1pm Tuesday: 10am to 5pm Wednesday: Closed Thursday: 2pm to 6pm Friday: 10am to 4pm Saturday: 10am to 1pm

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Friday 21st October 2016 10:33am

Heathfield Farmers Market - free stalls available for local groups/charities

Heathfield Farmers Market - free stalls available for local groups/charities

The market is held on the third Saturday in the month, 9.00am - 12.30pm, in the Co-Op car park, Heathfield. 

If you are a Heathfield based community group/charity or school and would like to have a free stand at a market please contact farmersmarket@heathfield.net or phone 01892 610314.

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Wednesday 21st September 2016 11:31am