What's on in March

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28 February 2020

What's on in March


Looking for things to do this March? Look no further...

Check out our round up of events and fill your weekends with spring flower gardens, nature trails, hikes across the South Downs, markets, World Book Day events and more.

What's on in March 2020

Mother’s Day gift guide

Mother's Day heart.

Make sure you thank the mums in your life this Mother’s Day, Sunday 22 March.

We've got ideas to suit any budget, from home-made gifts and cards to shop bought ideas.

Mother’s Day gift guide

Top tips to spring clean your home

Spring clean.

Leave behind wet and windy February by getting rid of the old and giving your home some TLC this March. 

Help your home feel fresh this spring with our top tips to de-clutter and spring clean your home.

East Sussex young people challenge mental health stigmas

Young people's tips.

Talking about our mental health can be awkward – but it doesn’t need to be. In East Sussex young people are challenging the stigmas around mental health.

To support Time To Talk Day, teens offered their top ten tips to help parents and carers support children’s mental health.

From the newsroom...

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Cut back your overhanging hedges before nesting season. If you are a land or property owner remember to cut back bushes and trees before birds start to nest from March. 

Fight against scams saves more than £1 million. Call blockers installed by East Sussex Trading Standards since 2014 have prevented residents, the NHS and health and social care services from losing money.

Lylian’s prize for passionate knife crime speech. Lylian Nunoo, from Eastbourne, was awarded the Paul Boskett Award by the British Youth Council for her emotive contribution to a UK Youth Parliament debate on knife crime.

Major funding boost for active travel scheme. The council’s Active Access for Growth programme has been awarded an additional £400,000. The programme allows the council to fund projects that boost physical activity, encourage sustainable travel and support economic growth in Newhaven, Eastbourne, south Wealden, Bexhill and Hastings.