The accounts for the year ended 31 March 2019 have been audited, and the Notice of Conclusion of Audit and relevant sections of the Annual Return may be seen below.
Please see the link below for Government guidance on the latest lockdown restrictions for England, beginning 5 November 2020.
Unfortunately items like face masks are found loose in bins, mixed recycling collections and even littered around our local environment. Face masks cannot be recycled, and can pose a significant risk of transmitting the Covid-19 virus. When used face masks make their way into recycling sorting facilities they put all the key workers there at risk.
In line with government guidance, used face masks should be securely bagged before being thrown away and if anybody in your household is isolating, you must double bag all your personal waste (including face masks, tissues etc.) and put it aside for 72 hours before presenting it for collection. If possible use washable face masks rather than disposable ones.
To see the article, please click below Article from Director of Public Health for East Sussex
According to Action Fraud, ‘Criminals are exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic to try and get their hands on your money and personal information. To date, Action Fraud has received reports from 2,378 victims of Coronavirus-related scams, with the total losses reaching over £7 million.’
Please see the advice shown here on how to protect yourself from these types of scams.