Currently, you can keep up to date and follow Wealden District Council on a variety of social media platforms.
Wealden District Council Social Media Accounts:
Wealden District Twitter – Stay up to date on news, views and announcements from the Wealden communications team and services across the Council.
Wealden ETC Twitter – Events, news and opportunities from the Community & Regeneration team at Wealden District Council. Helping businesses, tourism and community projects around Wealden.
Wealden District Council Facebook page – LIKE us on Facebook, and keep up to date with news and events from across Wealden District Council.
Wealden District Council LinkedIn – follow us on LinkedIn for information on careers and the latest vacancies at Wealden District Council, as well as updates and news.
Social Media – rules and guidance
- Our Social Media accounts are generally monitored during working hours, 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, except on public holidays.
- Our goal is to respond to as many posts as we can but this is not always possible and sometimes we can miss posts.
- Staff who run the social media accounts may not be able to answer your questions themselves and will need to consult or request information from colleagues in other departments. This can take some time so please be patient if you do not receive a response straight away.
- We may share or retweet information that we think will be of interest or use to Wealden residents , businesses and organisations.
- Please remember that while we may like or follow someone, retweet or share their information, it does not necessarily mean that we endorse them.
We reserve the right to remove any contributions that break the rules of any relevant online community, or any of the following guidelines:
- Don’t post messages that are unlawful, defamatory or libellous, abusive, threatening, harmful, obscene, profane, sexually oriented or racially offensive,
- Don’t swear or use language that could in any way be offensive
- Don’t post images or text from a copyrighted source without obtaining permission.
- Don’t publicise your, or anyone else’s, personal information, such as contact details
- Don’t advertise products or services
In addition to removing contributions we will also consider blocking anyone who breaks the above rules and prevent them contacting Wealden District Council by social media in future.
View or download a copy of our Social Media Protocol 2014 (pdf)