Entries by Tim Rothwell

Burglaries – information from Sussex Police

Sussex Police have issued the following warning about burglaries in the local area: ‘We would like you to be aware of two burglaries that have been reported over the weekend across Hastings & Rother. These occurred during the hours of darkness. Most offenders are looking for unlocked doors – let’s not make it easy for them to steal from […]

Keeping warm in cold weather

In the know, the Surrey and Sussex umbrella organisation for the Neighbourhood Watch in this area, have highlighted advice from West Sussex County Council on keeping yourself and others warm during cold weather. The advice can be accessed here

Protect your emails

Advice from Sussex Police   Email accounts contain more than just your emails. Email accounts contain a wealth of sensitive information. Criminals can use your email to reset passwords or obtain personal and financial information, such as your bank details, full address or DOB, leaving you vulnerable to identity theft and fraud. Secure your email […]

Hands of Hope – Appeal

Hands of Hope, the charity using, growing and cooking healthy, nutritious food to tackle childhood obesity and loneliness asks you to turn your preloved into reloved to help them raise funds. Are you having a Spring Clean or a big clear out? Then Hands of Hope want to hear from you. We all know the […]

Sussex Police – History Pages

Sussex Police have posted new pieces from their past on their History pages which features interesting articles, oddities and curiosities from the last 50 years and beyond of their policing past. Recently added is a poem written by a policeman’s mum about the difficult job officers have (January 1969); ‘Personally Speaking’ a Chief Officer’s commentary […]

Coffee Morning – Farewell

Firstly we would like to thank everyone who supported our coffee morning this month, old faces and new! Also a big thank you to the Rector and his lovely wife for their kind donation of £5.00 proceeds from the sale of some scarves and bags which had been kindly donated to them. Now after 7 […]

Britain At Low Tide – Pett Level

The first programme in the second series of Channel 4’s Britain At Low Tide was shown on Saturday 17 February 2018 and featured the East Sussex coast,  including the petrified forest at Pett Level and Smeaton’s Harbour at Winchelsea Beach. The programme is available on the catch-up channel All Four for the next four weeks at All Four