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Don’t forget to pick up your Bexhill and Battle Observer every Friday for all your local news and opinion plus eight pages of puzzles and sport.
In this week’s Observer we cover the story of a nursery in Sidley, which was officially opened after a group of residents successfully campaigned to retain childcare spaces in Bexhill.
Bexhill Coastguard has also warned dog owners to be vigilant after palm oil deposits were spotted on beaches in Bexhill.
In other news in today’s Observer, a Bexhill care home has said it has addressed all of the issues highlighted in a recent inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after it was rated ‘inadequate’.
Our two-page feature this week tells the story of twin sisters from Battle who were taken to court and sued after naming their alleged sexual abuser on social media.
* Got a story? Ring reporters Richard Gladstone on 07803 505794 or Stephen Wynn-Davies on 07393 754494.
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