Inside this week’s Bexhill Observer (October 7)

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The Bexhill Observer is on sale today (Friday, October 7) and here’s what you can find inside:

The paper leads on the story of residents’ frustration at building work ‘ruining their tranquility’ and leaving them with no privacy in their own back gardens.

Other news inside this week’s edition includes the opening of a new extra care scheme in Sidley, a retired teacher’s mammoth pilgrimage from Canterbury to Rome by foot and a follow-up to last week’s lead story, which has seen residents form an action group in protest against plans to build a 74-room hotel in a residential area.

We run a feature interview with the new Bexhill Chamber of Commerce bosses and put the focus on Bexhill Academy’s Be The Change programme.

There are also two pages of First Class photos, as youngsters settle into reception at schools across the area. There are also the usual pages of letters, puzzles, essential information and events listings.

Nine pages of sport leads on Little Common Football Club’s player-manager Russell Eldridge saying it’s an honour to play alongside Wes Tate once again after an extraordinary week for the new signing.

Also inside this week’s edition is the first voting forms for Pub of the Year and details of next week’s 1066 Community Awards.

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