Today’s Bexhill Observer leads on plans to turn the entire town into a ‘no cold calling’ zone.
Rother Neighbourhood Watch is working on the initiative which would target unwanted doorstep salesmen and potential scammers.
The full story can be found on page 3.
Residents in Little Common have also had their concerns raised to a senior Government Minister in an attempt to resolve traffic congestion.
People are concerned traffic movements have increased since the opening of the Bexhill to Hastings Link Road. For the full story turn to page 4.
Page 5 tells the story on how residents were marooned after the Norman’s Bay level crossing and Coast Road were closed at the same time.
Hundreds of people from the Beachlands estate in Pevensey Bay and Norman’s Bay found themselves with no entrance or exit access to their homes overnight on several occasions.
Turn to page 8 for the story about a homeless woman who has grown popular among a group of Bexhill residents but been told she has 24 hours to leave the district of Rother.
For letters and opinion turn to pages 30 and 31.
Village Voice news can be found on page 53.
For sports coverage across Bexhill and the rest of 1066 Country, turn to pages 84 to 92.
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