Mayor’s Luncheon Sponsors

Crowborough Acorns for CRUK is one of the Mayor’s chosen charities for the year. In order to celebrate this they are organising a Mayor’s Luncheon to be held at the Crowborough Beacon Golf Club on 10th April 2019.

In order to maximise their fund raising from this event they are ideally looking for two sponsors who could offer them £200 each.

If you are interested in being a sponsor please contact Sue Bullock

Chairman's Civic Reception at Herstmonceux Castle

On 1st March 2019 the Chairman of Wealden District Council, Councillor Chris Hardy, will be hosting his end of term Civic Reception at the beautiful venue of Herstmonceux Castle.  This special event helps raise money for two local charities – The JPK Project and Wealden Works!

The JPK Project, designed by parent carers and people with a learning disability, has been formed to provide a Supported Living Centre for people with a learning disability because extensive research has shown that there is a great need for suitable independent living and meaningful and realistic training and work experience in the East Sussex area.

Wealden Works! is a programme for 16-25 year olds living in isolated areas who have failed to make a successful transition from education to work.  These communities suffer from additional barriers including poor transport, lack of services and fewer job opportunities.  Wealden Works! aim is to better understand the needs of local employers so they can be matched wit…

Have your say on council’s core offer

People in East Sussex are being asked to give their views on a council’s plan for the future of services.

The council is asking people for their views on the core offer, the impact the proposals will have on them, which services they believe should be a priority for future years and what they think is the best way of bridging the financial gap.

Please complete the surveyHERE

Christmas Cheese & Wine Event

Crowborough Chamber invites you to our
Wine & Cheese Christmas Event
Wednesday 5th December Crowborough Rugby Club from 6.00 pm

This relaxed evening includes the opportunity to sample a selection of wines especially chosen by Waitrose, alongside local cheeses introduced by  Master of Cheese William Cohen.

A chance to say thank you to your team.  Invite your staff, business associates, customers and partners.
Members, their partners and staff £15 Non Members £20
R.S.V.P. by Friday 30th November

Quarterly Economic Survey Q4

The Quarterly Economic Survey carried out by the British Chambers of Commerce is the largest independent business survey in the UK and a significant economic indicator. It is a key source of data about the local economy, the results help influence policy at the Bank of England and central Government.

Please visit - to start the survey.

Poppy Appeal Window Competition 2018

Many retailers in the town decorated their windows for Remembrance 2018 and Mayor Greg Rose was given the unenviable job of picking the winner of the Poppy Appeal Best Dressed Window in association with Crowborough Royal British Legion and Crowborough Chamber.

Greg chose the Sue Ryder shop for their colourful and interesting display, whilst mentioning the high quality of all the entries and how difficult a decision it was.

Judy and the team from Sue Ryder was presented with her prize and trophy donated by The Crowborough Chamber.  Congratulations to them and well done to all those who took part.

Springbank Florists  Bar Trend Owen Hearing/Crowborough Opticians Beacon Travel Highgate Florists  Crowborough Shoe Repairs Burswood Alisun's  Phillips Man Shop Sue Ryder Global Travel M & Co Guest's Shoe Services New Vibe Blu Barbers Old Fire Station Fieldbuss

Local governor opportunity

Fermor School is currently looking for governors from the local community to join the school’s Local Governing Body.

Governors come from a range of backgrounds, skills and experience but all share a common interest of wanting the best education and outcomes for the children in the school.

Fermor would be delighted to hear from anyone who is:

Interested in children’s education and the performance of the schoolHas spare time and energy for the roleIs able to work well as part of a teamHas an enquiring mind and the confidence to ask questions and debate issues which affectthe schoolConsiders matters objectively and makes informed judgements

Governors gain a great deal from their work and time they contribute. It gives them a charitable opportunity to serve the local community, contribute to children’s education, and a chance to help realise their own potential by learning new skills and practise existing ones.

For more information please visit the school website