Today’s editions of the Rye and Battle Observers are out on the news stands with plenty of stories of interest for our readers.
Our front page for Rye leads on a resident in Three Oaks begging a water company to reopen a bridge so as the village is not cut in two.
Villagers are having to take a three-mile detour to get to the other side.
The full story is on page 7.
Battle’s front page leads on the community in Westfield rallying to help the family of a four-year-old girl with a life-limiting rare condition.
Turn to page 4 for the full story on how the family and friends of Fia Kent are raising money to create happy memories.
An innovative new singing project to help people breathe better has also been launched and the full story can be found on page 2.
The area’s MPs have also expressed their regret over the decision by train drivers on Southern to reject a settlement which would have ended the long-running industrial dispute. See page 3 for full story.
Battle Brewery opens for business tomorrow (Saturday, February 25) and page 6 outlines its plans for the future in creating craft ales.
For letters and opinion, turn to pages 30 and 31.
News from around the villages starts on page 34 with our Village Voice section.
For the latest entertainment news and listings about what’s on throughout 1066 Country, turn to our WOW247 section, which starts on page 60.
And turn to page 88 to 96 for the latest sports news from across the area.
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