£500 Reward Offered To Help Trace This Man

Reward offered for help in tracing wanted Eastbourne man

Police in Eastbourne are offering a £500 reward in a bid to find Rossi Michael Henderson.

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Rossi Michael Henderson

The 28-year-old builder, whose last known address was Anderida Road, Eastbourne, but who also has links with Brighton is wanted for displaying poor Continue reading £500 Reward Offered To Help Trace This Man

Clown on the Run

Man chased by man dressed as a clown

Sussex Police are warning residents and visitors to be aware of a new trend involving individuals dressed as clowns.

Beware of Clowns
Be aware of idiots dressed as Clowns

This is of American origin but has been swept here via social media. Reports from all over the UK are coming in of this ‘clown prank’ that has serious implications for children and those of a nervous disposition. It could also have serious consequences for any clown that is caught. Continue reading Clown on the Run

Armed Robbery

Witnesses sought to armed robbery in Brassey Avenue, Eastbourne

24 February 2016

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Police are seeking witnesses to an armed robbery outside a bank in Eastbourne.

Just after 11.15am on Wednesday (24 February) a security guard delivering a box containing several thousand pounds cash to the Nat West Bank in Brassey Avenue, Eastbourne, was approached just outside the bank by a man carrying Continue reading Armed Robbery

Lad from Winchelsea Beach is “Safe and Well”

Shanon Lench is Home

19-year old Shanon Lench of Winchelsea Beach, who had not been seen or heard of since visiting a friend in Eastbourne on Wednesday (20 January), returned home safe and well today Friday (22 January).

Continue reading Lad from Winchelsea Beach is “Safe and Well”

MP invites Students to travel the High Speed Javelin

Amber Rudd MP, invited Buckswood Students to be among the first in Hastings to travel on the High Speed train the ‘Javelin’ that made a special visit to the town as part of the MP’s Rail Summit. Continue reading MP invites Students to travel the High Speed Javelin

The Royal Standard

By John Hodges

The first licence to sell beer was granted to the Royal Standard at sometime around 1822, at a time that predated the introduction of the new Beer House Act. This piece of sweeping legislation permitted any householder assessed to the poor rate, to obtain from the excise on a payment of two guineas, a licence to sell beer by retail from their dwelling house. Continue reading The Royal Standard

Knockout for the Lions

The Lions of Zone 2B, from the Clubs of Battle, Bexhill, Eastbourne, Hailsham, Hastings, Rye and Uckfield joined together to host their twelfth “It’s A Special Knockout” day for handicapped people at St Bede’s School, Upper Dicker. Continue reading Knockout for the Lions