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This week we lead on the story on how a Bexhill woman has been left in shock after her conifer trees were felled without her permission.
She found out while she was in France.
Read the full story and reaction in today’s Observer.
In other news, the parents of a ten-year-old Bexhill, who is battling a rare type of tumour, say they have been ‘totally overwhelmed’ by the support they have received from the community.
The latest news on Bexhill’s vaccine programme is also in today’s edition, as it starts offering second doses of the Covid-19 vaccines from next week.
Battle’s Scarecrow Festival will be also returning this summer.
The full story and details of the event are in today’s Observer.
* Got a story? Ring reporters Richard Gladstone on 07803 505794 or Stephen Wynn-Davies on 07393 754494.
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