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Recognition for refuse collectors

Ambling along Bexhill Road as you do, you can’t noticing that our beloved Pebsham tip is taking on the appearance of K2.

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How much have churches given?

Ten years ago I was made aware that more than one million pounds a year was going through churches just in our small town of Bexhill.

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Bexhill Observer Letters

Stop raking over dying embers

So, Tony Blair thinks we should rise up in protest against Brexit.

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Bexhill Observer Letters

Drivers’ ballot is disappointing

I write with regard to the result of the ASLEF drivers’ ballot on driver only operation of our local trains.

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Incinerator plan still on the table

Just as we thought everything was quiet, we have another bombshell dropped upon us at Pebsham.

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Do people know what cane is for?

Reading in the Hastings Observer of February 10 that a councillor was teaching the Highway Code road safety 
in a workshop at a primary school last month appealed to me.

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Top marks for Conquest visit

In the present situation with the NHS, I wanted to share something really positive and to thank the Conquest Hospital’s A&3/resuscitation department.

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Residents’ safety must come first

As your correspondent, Kathy Harmer, mentioned last week (Observer, 18/02/17) and many of us have experienced, the Bexhill-Hastings Link Road, in some ways an improvement in travel, has blighted the lives of not just those who live along Barnhorn Road and Little Common Road but also those who drive along the A259 to Bexhill town and beyond.

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Thank you for help after fall

On Wednesday, January 11, 2017 around 12.30pm, I was in Warrior Square when I tripped and fell flat on the pavement.

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Bexhill Observer Letters

Not an issue to shy away from

Readers of Hastings Observer may be aware of a growing campaign for sex and relationships education (SRE) to be introduced as a mandatory part of the school curriculum.

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Regulation for cooks is nonsense

Is there no end to the regulatory nonsense the authorities can dream up?

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Town is starting to look like a tip

I have never written to your newspaper before but felt on this occasion I had to put pen to paper.

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Nice of people to stop and help

Hastings Runners club members can be seen treading the pavements around Hastings most days usually without incident.

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Recycling all goes down same chute

We should all try to recycle, so for some time we separated green, clear and brown bottles into their appropriate bins, provided by the council.

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Don’t blame bird for people’s mess

Living in a coastal area I expect to see seagulls and other seabirds overhead – and I cannot help but marvel at these last survivors of the dinosaurs.

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Strange to see no cuts to expenses

Well done to the BBC for sending cameras inside the NHS, showing how hardworking medical staff are trying to cope with gross underfunding and cuts in social care. Does Jeremy Hunt see the time for spin is long gone?

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Let’s hope effort delivers results

Credit where credit is due.

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Satisfying to see goal achieved

When the Bexhill Observer ran the article of me wanting to publish the Bible as five paperbacks, I had already been promoting the idea for some years to publishers and church groups.

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UK is free from EU constraints

Britons are not stupid. We can see through Lib-Dem redefinitions of ‘democracy’ and ‘majority’.

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Policy does not support services

People complaining about town centre toilet closures may not understand that we have an elected government which clearly stated a policy of low taxes and small state.

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