Bus stops in Lewes from 16 September

Locations for temporary bus stops in Lewes have been announced following the news that the owners of the former Bus Station site have served notice terminating the East Sussex County Council’s licence for the site. Information on where to catch your bus in Lewes...

Information about the period of mourning for Her Majesty in Lewes

The ten-day period of mourning for the late Queen has caused some events to be postponed or cancelled as a mark of respect. On the day of the Queen’s funeral on Monday 19 September, Lewes Town Council’s offices will be closed for the Bank Holiday, and...
The new Sovereign is proclaimed in Lewes

The new Sovereign is proclaimed in Lewes

Around the country, gestures of remembrance for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and proclamations of the new King Charles III have been taking place. On Saturday 10 September, the Mayor, Councillor Shirley-Anne Sains, attended Lewes House with Councillor Adrian Ross,...
Public invitation to the Lewes Town Proclamation

Public invitation to the Lewes Town Proclamation

The people of Lewes are warmly invited to join the Mayor, Councillor Shirley-Anne Sains, outside the Town Hall tomorrow for the reading of the Proclamation of King Charles III. The Proclamation of the accession of the new King for the town of Lewes will be made by the...
Proclamations and flag-flying

Proclamations and flag-flying

The Union flag was flown at half-mast on the Town Hall flagpole upon learning the news of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and will remain at half-mast until the day after the funeral of Her Majesty, excluding days of Proclamation. The accession of new...