One of the anticipated fixtures on Eastbourne ‘IT First’ Eagles itinerary is set to unfold tonight (7.30 p.m. Eastbourne IT First Eagles interest in the destiny of the 2017 National Trophy title effectively ended at Kent’s Central Park stadium on Monday evening as they succumbed to a telling 51-39 against the local Kings, a result with the Sussex side sitting on three-points from three matches in their Group table and only one rubber still to contest, that decrees they are unable to catch section leaders Mildenhall who already have seven. Eastbourne IT First Eagles tightened their grip on the National League table top spot at Arlington Stadium on Saturday evening courtesy of a workmanlike 54-35 victory over the Buxton Hitmen. Eastbourne ‘IT First’ Eagles return to Arlington stadium on Saturday evening (7.30 p.m.start time) when they face the team who have arguably resurfaced as their chief rivals and adversaries in recent seasons, the Birmingham Brummies. SATURDAY' S scheduled National League match at Arlington between Eastbourne and Isle of Wight has been postponed because of a waterlogged track. start time) with one goal in mind and that is to strengthen their position at the head of the National League table. Money will also be spent on improvements at Ringles Cross near Uckfield, near Wivelsfield, at Blackham, near Battle, and between Herstmounceux and Magham Down.While the A267 at Argos Hill had the same casualty rating as other priorities, the speed survey showed that a 40mph limit would require more expensive measures on the straighter part of the road to slow down traffic.In the rest of the county a 50mph speed limit is proposed on the A271 between Magham Down and Herstmonceux and improved signage at Coopers Croft.The speed survey results showed that the average speed of traffic was higher between Magham Down and the Coopers Croft junction where the majority of the crashes have occurred.A reduction in the speed limit is also proposed on the B2112 Ditchling Road near Wivelsfield between the junction with Janes Lane and the existing 30mph limit in Wivelsfield.
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July 2016 Raised awareness of the potential cuts and DH proposals with Hastings Borough Council by organising and facilitating for Cllr Peter Chowney, Hastings Borough Council Lead to visit two community pharmacies in Hastings.
Provided follow up briefings with additional discussions with Councillors.