Dangerous pavements, deep potholes in roads, trees that are struggling or dying, and shabby street furniture - all issues which could come up at the next meeting of Bexhill Town Forum on Tuesday June 10.
And the question might well be - what is being done about them?
Regeneration of the town centre will be the subject under discussion by a panel comprising Chris Dyer (Asset Manager East Sussex Highways), Graham Burgess (economic development manager of Rother District Council), Hillary Randall (Chair of the Town Team), and Cllr Simon Elford, who represents Bexhill matters on Rother’s Cabinet. Time allowing, he will give an update on the Oasis garden proposals.
Residents will also hear about forthcoming summer events including Bexhill Carnival and Motofest 2014, the South Coast’s biggest festival of “everything to do with biking.”
There will also be an opportunity for individuals to speak for up to three minutes on matters of interest or concern.
The meeting will be held in St Mark’s church hall, Little Common, starting at 6.30pm with refreshments from 6pm.