Featuring articles about current affairs, events and community matters, with some Bexhillian fun thrown in for good measure. Articles written by Alastair Hazell and other guest authors.
Does Bexhill Need a Town Council?
Looking at Bexhill's Community Governance Review and discussing how you can help shape your town's future.
Bexhill's Groovy 60s Revolution
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Why these local elections are about finding the right local people to take Bexhill forward (not about national politics). read more
Announcing no Bexhill Roaring 20s for 2018 due to lack of committed funding from Rother District Council read more
Reporting on the results of Monday night's full council meeting and vote on Bexhill's future governance. read more
Read the results and analysis of stage 2 of Rother's Community Governance Review for Bexhill. read more
Looking forward to Bexhill's upcoming firework displays on 2nd November and 5th November read more
Why young people living and working in Bexhill should take part in the Community Governance Review read more
Discussing some of the questions being raised in Bexhill's Community Governance Review. read more
Looking back at the splendour of Bexhill's summer - the most memorable summer of events ever? read more
The sixth annual Bexhill Festival Of The Sea was a huge success, bringing tens of thousands of people to Bexhill. read more
Find out all about the myriad of strange and spooky spots in Bexhill, with locals long whispering of the supernatural. read more
The story of the day - on Saturday 22 July, Bexhill came together to provide an amazing spectacle. read more
Chronicling the journey - from chick to first flight - of a baby seagull on a Bexhill rooftop. read more
Looking back on the history of the De La Warr Pavilion as it turned 80 years old. read more
From potholes to street lighting, learn what Rother District Council and East Sussex County Council are both responsible for. read more
Learn about all the organisations available for helping homeless people in and around Bexhill read more
Bexhill resident Alma Charnock looks back through the decades and tells Discover Bexhill her story in the town she has always loved. read more