The latest from the trial of Alfie Peak’s accused attackers is the lead story for today’s Bexhill Observer (Friday, October 14).
Alfie was left with life-changing injuries after the assault in the town centre in 2013 and four men are facing GBH charges.
Other stories include the renewed push for high-speed rail, the clown craze coming to Bexhill and the latest from this week’s rail strike.
We also have Huw Merriman MP’s column, a heartwarming feature on a war veteran reuniting with the man who saved his life and the 1066 Community Award.
And the sports page includes tributes to footballer Richard Anderson who died on holiday in Spain as well as the latest rugby, snooker and hockey reports.
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