Kingston Parish Council

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05/05/2018 - 2018 National Rural Crime Survey


Sussex Police and the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner are inviting residents to complete the 2018 National Rural Crime Survey.


It has been three years since the first National Rural Crime Survey asked the public for their views on matters relating to rural crime. This year’s survey went live this week on April 17, and those who live, work or visit rural communities in the county are being encouraged to respond and have their voice heard.


In late 2017, the force appointed Superintendent Emma Brice and Sergeant Tom Carter as dedicated leads for rural crime, to address the vulnerabilities and crime types which are specific to rural areas.




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12/04/2018 - Planning Update April 2018


Here is Kingston Parish Council's latest Planning Update

Details of all planning applications can be found on the Planning area of this website


30/03/2018 - The new Mixed Recycling Process in Lewes District


If you wonder how it all works, here is a video to show what happens to the mixed recycling after collection by Virador





10/03/2018 - Household Waste Recycling Site Service Consultation


The ESCC 12-week consultation on the Household Waste Recycling Site Service has now started and ends at midnight on 15 May. The online survey is now live on the Consultation Hub.


A link to the survey, as well as FAQs and the full Service Review are available here on ESCC website.




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Forthcoming Events


09/05/2018 - Kingston Parish Council Meeting


All are welcome to attend the Annual Meeting of Kingston Parish Council to be held on Wednesday 9 May 2018. 7pm at the Kingston Community Pavilion.


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Just over a mile away from the town of Lewes and nestling at the foot of the Sussex Downs, Kingston is protected on its northern and western sides by high ranges of hills.


Many of the older houses are in the original village centre "The Street", with an interesting and picturesque mix of cottages and larger farmhouses as well as the local 14th Century pub The Juggs and St Pancras Church.


The village offers a number of recreational facilities through its two greens, parish hall and community pavilion as well as being an ideal base for walkers and cyclists to explore the beautiful South Downs and surrounding areas.



All about Kingston




Up to date information about work on local highways can be found here


East Sussex Highways Works Programmes

Click here for details of East Sussex Highways Works Programmes.


Weekly Summary of Major Roadworks

Click here for the Weekly Summary of Major Roadworks.


Winter Maintenance

Click here to see which roads in the area are being gritted.


Click here to check the live gritter map.