he Mountfield Children’s Christmas Party will be held on 08.12.18 from 4pm to 6pm in Mountfield Village Hall. Disco-Games-Party Food, Visit from Santa!
Entrance is free and donations are welcome.
For more info contact – Sarah on 07841 9063200 or Amber on 07581 343321
Childrens Xmas party 0812818 (002)
East Sussex County Council is beginning its public onversation on the ESCC Core Offer. The Core Offer is an assessment of the services that ESCC thinnk are most needed by residents, businesses and communities and that they should be expected to provide in a diffcult financial climate, it will inform and direct their budget 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.
You ae encouraged to complete the survey – click here for access to the survey.
Click on the links below to see details of the Rother District Parking Consultation and how you can take part.
Rother District Parking Consultation
Plan of proposed Rother CPE area
Click on the link below to see details and information regarding safety against scamming from East Sussex Against Scams.
East Sussex Against Scams
British Gypsum will close the Mine Road from the A2100 on 24th to 25th November for works at the junction of the Mine Road/Eatenden Lane.
They will try to get all their lorries into the mine by 6pm, but there may be the odd one using other Mountfield roads.
Residents of 1-14 Eatenden Lane will still have access.
Click on the link below to see details of the Battle Area Community Transport (BACT) AGM, to be held on 12.12.18 at 3.00pm in Mountfield Village Hall.
AGM notification 12th Dec 2018
South East Water will be carrying out essential maintenance on the water network next week in the Mountfield area to keep tap water running crystal clear.
The process is called flushing and involves directing water through the pipes quickly to draw naturally occurring deposits, such as iron or manganese, out of the network.
These are not harmful, but customers may see temporarily discoloured water. This can be solved by running the cold water tap until the water runs clear. Customers may also notice a temporary reduction in water pressure.
To minimise any disruption SE Water usually avoid flushing between 6am and 8am and from 6pm to 10pm, when demand is highest.
SE Water only use th amount of water needed to clean the pipes and flushing stops as soon as the whole system is running clear.
Work begins on Monday 12th November and will last for approximately one week.
Click on the link below to see alterations to bus services during the Heathfield High Street road closure.
Heathfield road works phase 1-2
The road closure Mountfield Lane/Church Road has been rescheduled to 03.12.18 – 21.12.18. This is for BT OpenReach works.