We have received a grant from JAG, (Joint Action Group) which consists of Wealden District Council, Wealden Fire and Rescue, and Wealden Police, if so please do contact us.
You might consider “Your energy Sussex”, which is operated by several councils in Sussex including West Sussex County Council, East Sussex County Council, Horsham District Council, Arun District Council, Lewes District Council, Eastbourne Borough Council, Brighton & Hove City Council, and a few other councils in Sussex. “YES” is not for profit group supplying low cost energy to homes only in the South of England they don’t pay dividends to shareholders or bonuses to directors because they are owned by Sussex councils.
If you are interested and wish to learn a little more about “YES” – free phone 0800 952 0001, or via their webaite at www.yourenergysussex.org.uk
Make this summer a safe one for your children online
Summer’s here: It’s a great time for your children to enjoy more time with you and maybe head off for a family holiday. However, the long days home from school also mean that they will probably be spending more time online… whether it’s on social media, playing games or watching videos. You want your children to be sociable and inquisitive, but above all, to be safe.
How long are they spending online? What content are they looking at? Who are they talking to?
These days, it’s just as vital to make sure children are safe online as in the street or the park.
Here are some expert tips on helping to protect your children from increasingly commonplace issues such as accessing inappropriate content via websites and streaming, sharing too much personal information, believing fake news, and thinking everyone they meet online is a friend.
Expert tips for being a switched on parent:
For more information and comprehensive, expert, easy-to-follow advice visit: