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LETTER: Seaview helped us keep a home

The number of homeless in this area appears to be growing, but I never dreamed that one day I, a pensioner, would come very close to joining them.

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LETTER: Thank you for tireless efforts

LETTER: Thank you for tireless efforts

Shining Lights would like to thank Lyn Brailsford and the members of the Bexhill 100 Motoring Club for their tireless efforts in supporting us and with the French market, setting up the stalls every day very early in the mornings and putting them down in the evenings.

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LETTER: Street furniture brings town alive

LETTER: Street furniture brings town alive

I have to come out on the side of café owners in Bexhill who have tables and chairs outside their premises and are objecting to the council’s proposal to levy a charge on them.

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LETTER: Bring putting back to town

LETTER: Bring putting back to town

Recently, we visited Deal and played a game that used to be played in Bexhill - putting.

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LETTER: Thought I was in a time warp

LETTER: Thought I was in a time warp

When I read my national newspaper on Sunday I thought I was in some time warp and that it was April Fools Day.

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LETTER: Doctor deserves medal for service

LETTER: Doctor deserves medal for service

I refer to your article (page 5, Observer, September 16) informing readers of Dr. Roger Elias’s impending retirement in October, after long and much-loved service to the people of Bexhill.

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LETTER: Read the Bible in just 60 days

LETTER: Read the Bible in just 60 days

Next Friday I will give the answer to the mini quiz and wrap up the Summer Bible reading challenge that began on June 1 for 120 days.

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LETTER: Money to teach refugees English

I have just heard that we are to expect thousands of Syrian refugees to the UK and Amber Rudd has pledged 10 million pounds to teach them English.

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LETTER: Car show was one of best ever

I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who attended the Bexhill 100 Classic Car Show on Bank Holiday Monday, members of the public, car entrants and traders, for making this one of our best ever shows.

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LETTER: About time town gets own council

Am I alone I wonder in finding the antics of Rother District Council a source of amusement?

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LETTER: Labour leader does not matter

Will Paul Courtel forgive me for finding his letter rather amusing (‘Why I’m voting for Owen Smith’, August 26)?

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LETTER: Interesting talk on town’s future

I recently attended the FSB (Federation of Small Business) network breakfast to hear Councillor Jimmy Carroll speak on regeneration of Bexhill.

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LETTER: Anybody recall seafront mirage?

I wonder if you can help.

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LETTER: More interested in clear up rate

With reference to Bexhill Observer, August 26, Page 13.

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Brilliant to see families outside

Thank you to the De La Warr Pavilion and to local accountants McPhersons for sponsoring a superb open air screening of The Lion King last Saturday evening.

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Re-alignment in British politics

I completely agree with Paul Courtel that Jeremy Corbyn’s chances of winning a majority as Labour Leader in the next 2020 General Election are very slim indeed.

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We want action, not more words

Theresa May has ordered an audit of the way public services are delivered to reveal any inequalities in terms of social and ethnic background.

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Thanks for help at difficult time

After 20 months of struggling with dementia my mother Joan moved into Eridge House rest home last week.

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Bar is friendly and welcoming

I would like to say how saddened I was to see that Milligans Bar was associated with an incident in Wilton Road in the Bexhill Observer (August 19).

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No bottomless pit of money

When I read today’s Observer, I was quite concerned as I agreed some of the comments voiced by Mr. Stephen Jackson with regard to the Olympic Games.

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