In today’s Bexhill Observer (November 11)

The Bexhill Observer front page today (Friday, November 11) SUS-161111-093102001
The Bexhill Observer front page today (Friday, November 11) SUS-161111-093102001

The Bexhill Observer is out today (Friday, November 11) and is packed full of the latest local news, entertainment and sport.

This week we lead with a story about a Bexhill family who are preparing to take legal action against a hospital, three years after the death of a premature baby.

Isabellina, who was born 13 weeks early, died after a doctor stopped resuscitating her so he could take a phone call.

With the council set to make a decision next week on the controversial plans for a large hotel in Egerton Road, this week’s edition also features two pages of analysis, hearing from those on both sides of the debate.

Meanwhile reporter Laura Cooke paid a visit to the Aspire Vocational Centre at St Mary’s Special School and College to find out how the school is preparing young people for the world of work with its own ‘shopping mall’, complete with hairdressers, cafe, bank, general store and car wash.

There is a special report on the challenges facing police in Sussex as officer numbers and budgets are cut, plus there is more on the ongoing Coperforma saga and Southern trains strike action.

Plus there are eight-pages of sports news courtesy of sports reporter Simon Newstead, including a preview of this weekend’s Poppy Half Marathon.

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