From: David Horne, Netherfield Hill, Battle.
From: Rod Came, Brede, Rye
From: John Gately, Harold Terrace, Battle
From: FREDERICK E.J. PEACH, Northiam Road, Staplecross
From: Stephen Hardy, George Close, Robertsbridge
From: Elizabeth Jones, Stonefield Road, Hastings
From: Debbie Jones, Briar Close, Fairlight
From: Rob Nash, Ironlatch Close, St Leonards
From: Eric Waters, Ingleside Crescent, Lancing
From: David Worwood, Fair Meadow, Rye
From: Michael Woodhouse, Oakfield Road, Hastings
Having tried for a number of years to get the powers that be to restore to the people of Hastings, part of their heritage (so far to no avail),
I am a dog lover, had dogs all my life and like to think I am a responsible owner respectful of other people, places and my neighbours.
I have been a wheelchair user on the buses in Hastings for a few months now. I have experienced some lovely helpful drivers but also a lot of drivers who are rude.
I feel compelled to write and admonish all those who have happily criticised, both verbally and in print, those hardworking people who fought for and saved our pier from total destruction.
The closure of Ore Library is a sad but necessary effort by East Sussex County Council to reduce its expenditure in line with its income.
Would you be kind enough to allow me space to ask if anyone picked up an earring which must have fallen off in Rye somewhere in the late afternoon of Thursday, February 22?
A nice suggestion by Terry Byrne on the installation of charging points for electric cars (letters, February 2).
Just returned from an approximate 700-mile round trip to Wales, and interestingly I don’t think I saw – or, more importantly, hit – one pothole. Oh hang on, tell a lie, I had to get out of Sussex!
Currently Rother together with East Sussex County Council are looking at just how they are going to change the parking regulations in the Rother District council area.