Please see the link below to a short Sussex Police video which explains the benefits of registering with Immobilise:
Food Hygiene Course
Date: Saturday 15th November 2014
Time: 9.45am for a 10.00am start
Place: The Council Chamber, Uckfield Civic Centre, Uckfield.
The overall timing of the course is 6 to 7 hours and is assessed by a 30 question multiple choice test. Successful candidates need to achieve a score of 20/30 to pass the test and gain the Level 2 Certificate.
Please can you share this with members of your Community group or Sheltered Scheme, and let me know names of attendees by Monday 3rd November at the latest.
Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided, please notify me of any special dietary requirements when confirming attendance. Travel costs can be reimbursed.
Please let me know if you will require any further information.
Tenant Participation Worker,
Wealden District Council.
Tel: 01323 443511
Mob: 07985 812006
The Jarvis Brook Community Hub is bidding for funds from the Courier's Heart of the Community Award.
You can help!
Please vote by using the voucher in the Courier, or by sending a text to 63333, including the following information:
KS Heart 1043
Your house number;
Texts cost normal network rates, plus 50p.
Thank you for helping!
Any donations for our Christmas Raffle would be gratefully received.
We hope to run another Christmas Shopping Trip which is partly funded by the Association so all Fund Raising helps! Contact your local Rep for information.
Wealden Neighbourhood Policing Team
An Operation Blitz team will be patrolling your area
An Operation Blitz team will be patrolling your area on Saturday evening, between 6pm and midnight. Contact them direct by calling 07787 685736.
The Association meets every other month - the next meeting is on Tuesday 11th November 2014 - all welcome to come along - 7.00pm St Richard's Church Hall.
Regretfully, Fred Best, our Chairman is standing down at the end of the next meeting - Fred has given many hours to help residents in the area so we will be very sorry to see him go. Any interested residents who may like to become our new Chairperson please call Jo on 0771 261 1209 - your community needs you!
We hold 6 meetings per year plus 4 Walkabouts to check on the estate with Housing Officers, local Councillors and our PCSO.
You would be well supported by a constructive committee who like to get things done. The reason we only have 6 meetings per year now is because the area is nice and peaceful with few problems - if you feel different then please feel free to come along to our next meeting or get in touch using the contact form on this site.
Our Party in the Park event raised £173.60 - thanks to everyone who worked hard to make this day a success - even the weather was great!
Committee member Gwen Cottingham has offered to donate some money raised from the sale of her handmade cards to the Association. If you would like to purchase some please contact her or contact Fred or Jo.
To Report a Pothole, visit East Sussex County Council website at:
11am from Noticeboard in Alderbrook Close
9th Dec 2014
To help with spreading the grit on roads & pavements please contact the following person for your area who hold Keys:
Fred Best - 96 Alderbrook Close/Stonecross Road Tel 0758 181 1433
Barbara & Steve Ellen - 15 Aldervale
Mike - 9 Alderbrook Way
Gwen Cottingham - 5 Alderbrook Path
Charlie Abbott - 33 Adam Close Tel 653188
Raymond Wand - 54a Alderbrook Close
Remember you don't need lots of grit for it to be effective!
Many thanks for the donations we have received towards replacement grit.
New Waste Collection Service
Have you experienced any problems with your service?
Bad or even good reports would be much appreciated.
Contact Jo on 0771 261 1209 or email via the Contact us page
No Cold Calling Zone
Signs have now been erected and an "Official" launch was on Tuesday 19th March 2013
By signing up to the scheme residents on the estate are deterring univited callers.
Volunteers Always Needed!
We need residents whether they be private, council or Housing Association tenants to help us do more. So much has been achieved in a short period of time but we can do more to improve quality the of life here in the Alderbrook area - if you want to be part of it please do contact us.
Many of us work full-time so help is always gratefully received.
There are many different topics that need residents involvement - our group only have 10 meetings a year but we also attend meetings for WRAG (Wealden Residents Action Group) who "oversee" all the community groups with issues that affect us all; the Community & Environmental Budget meetings where funding is allocation (see Noticeboards below) as well as getting involved in all the changes such as Council Tax, Benefits and the new Tenancies.
If you don't get involved or give us your input you have no reason to complain - we can and do influence issues but you need to get involved and have your say if not for yourself then for your children or relatives.
Thank you to the volunteers who have offered their services so far - more always welcome!
Please keep an eye on these for up to date information - if you have a local event you would like to advertise please contact Jo - 0771 261 1209
Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
Should anyone be interested in becoming a co-ordinator please contact the Association.
Anti-Social Driving a problem? Check out the Sussex Police Website for info at: http://www.operationcrackdown.org/
Sally Wallace from Alderbrook has trained as an animal microchip implanter, is fully insured and Kennel Club registered. £15 for one animal which is much cheaper than the vets and she will go to peoples home to save the stress of taking the animal to the vets. Contact her on : 07766 292746