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This week we cover the story of a St Leonards woman who has saved the lives of three people after donating her organs following her death in a collision last year.
The parents of 23-year-old Claudia-Rose Moor said they are ‘incredibly proud’ of their late daughter for helping save the lives of the three people.
Also in today’s Observer, you can read about a professional race car driver who grew up in Rye entering the Love Island villa this week.
In other news, a St Leonards man, described as a ‘prolific offender’ has been jailed for 10 years for a series of offences carried out over a 12-month period.
Proposals to erect a new sculpture on St Leonards seafront have also been given the go-ahead by town planners.
In other news in today’s Observer, the number of people who died with Covid-19 in care homes across Hastings and Bexhill has been revealed after figures were published for the first time.
Police this week have also published pictures of 38 items stolen from a Rye shop as they renewed their appeal for information.
For more on this and other stories this week, pick up a copy of today’s Observer.
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