Lewes district councillors have called on East Sussex County Council to start work immediately on Ashcombe Hollow – a road which runs through the village of Kingston.
They say the road has fallen into a ‘terrible state’ having become a danger to drivers and cyclists with deep holes and uneven surfaces.
Councillor William Meyer said: “There is only one road in and out of the village. It is heavily used not just by residents but also people cutting through between the A27 and C7 and parents dropping off their children at the primary school.
"The stretch of the road known as Ashcombe Hollow is in appalling condition. I have heard of more than one vehicle being damaged and numerous near misses involving cars and cyclists"
We call on East Sussex County Council to resurface Ashcombe Hollow and Lane.