The chaos caused by Storm Angus this week is the front page story of your Bexhill Observer today (Friday, November 25).
Ravenside Retail Park was shut for three days, scaffolding was blown off building, lampposts were bent over plus much more as 80mph winds battered the town.
MP Huw Merriman has campaigning for faster broadband and the full story from Friday’s BBC Children in Need broadcast at the De La Warr Pavilion are also in the paper.
This week’s campaign highlights the national push across our sister titles for tougher sentences for killer drivers, with a heartbreaking story from a family in Eastbourne.
The back page features Hastings and Bexhill Rugby Club in their bid to strengthen hopes of winning the league ahead of their game against Old Williamsonians tomorrow (Saturday).
Plus all the latest football, college sports, golf and athletics news from across the town.
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