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LETTER: Great memories of mid-1980s

Seeing Mr Wilson’s letter last week brought back some great memories of the mid-1980s.

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LETTER: Leave council name well alone

No! No! Absolutely not! Paul Lendon (Observer, 18 November) wants to change the name of the Rother area of East Sussex to Bexhill and District because ‘it really does not do much for Bexhill’.

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LETTER: Why don’t bikes have mirrors?

I certainly agree with Caroline Hernu with regard to cyclists having no bells.

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LETTER: Time for church to be sacrificed

Love is about sacrifice and church is about the whole community. It is time for a church building to be sacrificed to make life better for everyone. I propose we knock down St Barnabas church and build a multi-storey car park on the site.

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LETTER: Drivers should be ashamed

What on earth has happened to law and order in Bexhill with regard to parking?

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LETTER: What nation has been waiting for

We’ve just returned from a short break at Warner Hotels, Lakeside.

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LETTER: Why do we not have lights?

A substantial number of Bexhill residents are old and wrinkly (like me), some have children and grandchildren visiting.

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LETTER: Mental health care issues

I brought the Observer last week, expecting a letter in your letters pages regarding the death of Sally Brampton. I got to the last letter written by David Barry.

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LETTER: Solution to A259 traffic crisis?

I attended a meeting at the Little Common Community Hall on October 20, promoted by Cllr Stuart Earl to consider the distress local residents are suffering from due to a very substantial increase in traffic on the A259.

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LETTER: Thank you for help after fall

I would like to thank all the kind people who helped me after I tripped and fell on the rough pavement in Dorset Road, on October 2; the gentleman who got out of his car and called both the ambulance and my husband, and stayed until the ambulance arrives, the two nurses who stopped on their way to work and the lady who brought me a towel.

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LETTER: Could council be renamed?

I notice that a Kent council wishes to change its name to make the town more friendly and attract more tourists.

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LETTER: What happened to bicycle bells?

Whatever happened to bicycle bells?

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LETTER: Parishes are not the only option

Rother Council leader Carl Maynard defends the appointment of ex Tory Deputy Council Leader Robin Patten as the independent chairman of the Community Governance Review Steering Group on the grounds that he has experience as a parish councillor and thus a good understanding of parishing.

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LETTER: Surely CRG will identify cost?

Rother council leader Carl Maynard defends the Conservative’s rejection of a town council for Bexhill because it would cost ‘hundreds of thousands of pounds’.

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LETTER: Birthday was a memorable one

I have just celebrated my 60th birthday and would like to take the opportunity to thank a number of people for making it such a wonderfully memorable occasion.

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LETTER: Hotel comments are beyond belief

On reading your report ‘B&B Owner Plans To Sell Up’ I cannot say I was surprised by the tone of the reactionary comments from members of the Egerton Road Action Group, when asked for their views on the proposed hotel.

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LETTER: The Orangery is open to everyone

As Chairman of The Friends of The Orangery I would like to thank the Bexhill Observer for including an article and photograph about this newly formed group in last week’s issue of your newspaper.

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LETTER: Why can’t we be more civilised?

I have been to the gents toilet in Devonshire Square a couple of times recently and found them in a disgusting state. How often are they cleaned I wonder?

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LETTER: So much for devolving power

Protestors succeeded in halting fracking in the south, but in the north, Theresa May’s government has overruled the parish and the county council and is allowing fracking in the Fylde. So much for devolving power and democracy!

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LETTER: A Million Thanks to Bexhill Scouts

LETTER: A Million Thanks to Bexhill Scouts

This is Scout Community Week and I’m super proud of the difference Bexhill Scouts are making in their local community.

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