Emergency services were called shortly after 11am on Monday. The driver was treated for minor injuries.Read the full story ›
Tens of thousands of people gathered for the Lewes Bonfire Night celebrations on 5th November 2018.Read the full story ›
A young jockey from Lewes is set to be named Champion apprentice. 18 year old Jason Watson has had a phenomenal season.Read the full story ›
Three youths are reported to be injured, one of whom is in hospital, following the incident on Saturday eveningRead the full story ›
People across the south have been warned to prepare for cold weather as ice and snow is set to hit parts of the UK.Read the full story ›
Tens of thousands of people turned out in Lewes in Sussex for the largest Bonfire Night in the country last night.
Police had warned non-locals to stay away amid increasing concern that crowds were becoming too large.
This year's event had sparked controversy involving a troupe of African dancers. Derek Johnson reports.
Derek spoke to Zulu dancer Thandanani Gumede and Mike Symes from the Lewes Bonfire Society.
The event passed off relatively peacefully, with five arrests, and 80 people treated for minor injuriesRead the full story ›
There is a replacement bus service running on Southern trains between Eastbourne and Lewes due to a person being hit by a train. Check before you travel.
Firefighters have tackled a blaze in Lewes after 10 tonnes of plastic caught alight at a waste management site.
Crews were called just after 6.30pm yesterday to the site in Southerham.
The cause of the fire was accidental.
Our reporter Andy Dickenson caught up with Conservative candidate Maria Caulfield, who won in Lewes with an increased majority and Liberal Democrat candidate Kelly Marie Blundell.