More information Mobile Phone Theft Technology is allowing us to do more and more things through our phones, from shopping to banking to social media, as well as making calls and sending texts.
Not only are our phones more valuable in themselves but many of them will also contain valuable data, whether that's downloaded music and films, the photographs you have taken, or other personal information.
My father Gerry had a heart-attack and died 25 years ago in the Grand Hotel in Eastbourne. I am delighted to support this project and I am sure it will make a difference.” The list of sites that have received, or are planned to receive, a defibrillator includes Archery Youth Centre, Langney Village Hall, Bridgemere Community Centre, Shinewater Sports Centre, Hampden Park Library, Sutherland Court in The Hydneye, Willingdon Trees Community Centre, Gildredge Park, Community Wise in Old Town, Green Street Medical Centre and Eastbourne Allotment & Garden Society in Gorringe Road.
Even if you don't have an issue, they will be happy to stop for a chat to explain what they do, and how they might help you in the future.
Report street, park and seafront problems in Eastbourne on the move with the Report It app.
Gluten Free Foods Ltd is recalling the above product and have written to their affected customers providing a Product Recall Notice to advise of this issue, as well as publishing the details of the recall on their website.
These notices explain to customers why the products are being recalled and tell them what to do if they have bought the product.
Steve Monk, Director at GM Monk, said: “We work with the council on a variety of schemes around the town.
When I heard about the plan to house defibrillators around Eastbourne, I was very keen to get involved.
Each mobile phone manufactured for use in the UK has a unique International Mobile Equipment Identity number (IMEI) hard-wired into it during the manufacturing process.
Knowing the IMEI will help the police and insurance companies identify your handset should it be stolen.
UK network operators will also prevent a stolen phone from working across their respective networks if they know its IMEI.