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Useful Links & information

On this page you'll find links to Organisations that provide information and services.

Rother District Council -
East Sussex County Council -
Report-a-fault -
UK Power Networks - To register / get help in the event of a power Cut -

Better Together - Healthcare programme NHS & ESCC

The programme started in August 2014 and is led by two local NHS clinical commissioning groups, East Sussex County Council, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. It's about making sure we use our combined £850million annual budget to achieve the best possible services for local people. Our shared ambition is to develop a fully integrated health and social care system in East Sussex by 2018, ensuring every patient or service user enjoys proactive, joined up care that supports them to live as independently as possible and achieve the best possible outcomes.

To read the report by Cllr Ros Day on progress to Feb 2017 click here. word icon Better Together Report Feb 2017 [926kb]

Community Power Switch  RESIDENTS in Rother are being urged to join a collective energy switching scheme - and save money on their household fuel bills. Rother District Council is backing the Big Community Switch, which allows people to register as part of a group of residents, in order to get a better deal from gas and electricity suppliers. for info go to

Terrorism Awareness - Poster campaign from UK Gov   pdf icon Terrorist Awareness Poster [94kb]

East Sussex Winter Home Check Service.  A Free Winter Home Check Service, which is now a year-round service available to the most vulnerable people in East Sussex and that offers: a full assessment of the home and how best to keep it warm; small preventative works (such as improving insulation or repairing boilers); installation of replacement boilers, central heating systems or home insulation (subject to additional eligibility and limited availability), emergency temporary heating, and; advice on getting help with the cost of heating the home. - phone free on 0800 085 1674. or go to:

Police: Fraud awareness and information