The Bexhill Observer is out today (Friday) and here is what you can find in this week’s edition:
A guesthouse owner tells the Observer why he is taking a stand against plans for a 74 room hotel, the council reveals plans for three months of roadworks and a prison officer has appeared in court after committing a lewd act in a back garden.
There is some good news from the De La Warr - director Stewart Drew has been named as the new chairman of a tourism group, plus the pavilion is hosting the world premiere of community opera PUSH this weekend.
There is a nice slice of nostalgia as the Observer looks back over the glory days of the Hastings and Rother YMCA, plus there is all the latest on the Southern trains debarcle.
There are eight pages of entertainment news, including a review of Gary Newman’s recent performance at the De La Warr, and of course eight pages of all the sporting action from around the area, including the latest match reports from Little Common and Bexhill United.
The Bexhill Observer is stocked at various supermarkets and all good newsagents.