Today’s front page of the Bexhill Observer leads with the death of Dr Jeremy Lee, joint founder of the Sara Lee Trust, a charity that helps people with life-limiting illnesses across 1066 Country.
Tributes have poured in from across the community and a full page feature about Dr Lee’s life can be found on page 23.
An alleyway in the town centre is being used as a dumping ground for fly-tippers and is affecting businesses, according to residents. The full story can be found on page 3.
Our page 4 story features tributes from the family of a two-year-old boy, who sadly died of leukaemia.
A charity dog walk in his memory is being organised in Bexhill to take place later this month, to help charities that helped his family.
Turn to page 7 to read about a project that has been launched to help boost Bexhill’s tourism.
And for the latest news on Bexhill’s Community Governance Review, turn to pages 8 and 9.
For letters and opinion turn to pages 30 and 31.
For the latest sports news from Bexhill and the rest of 1066 Country, turn to pages 84 to 92.
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