There is a mixture of heart-breaking and heart-warming stories on the front page of the Bexhill Observer today (Friday, February 3).
An elderly Bexhill man’s life was ‘taken over’ by a fraudster who stole £240,000 from him but was jailed last Friday, features on the front page alongside a generous donation to a family fighting to get Neil walking.
The Jenkins’, of Amherst Road, are raising money for the husband and father to receive life-saving treatment in Israel and £1,000 was slipped through the door by an anonymous donor.
Other stories this week include the last-ditch attempt to save Bexhill and Hastings Wildlife Rescue, the ‘demise’ of Little Common’s shops and the latest on the community governance review.
We have a spread of pictures from Bexhill Academy’s trip to a veterinary college in London plus a feature on Bexhill Museum’s Roaring 20s fashion exhibition.
Bexhill MP Huw Merriman talks about transport in his column, there is good news for the injured seal found on the beach and the usual Village Voices bring you all the happenings from the countryside.
WOW24/7 has all the latest entertainment listings and previews, plus Business Matters brings you news and interviews from the commercial world.
Little Common FC’s manager is not getting complacent after last weekend’s win over the league leaders on the back page, which is followed up with nine pages of sporting round-ups.
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