What A Wonderful Web Site!
posted by Allison j Clark (nee Bown) on 22 Aug 2006 at 4:07 pm
I was absolutely thrilled to see the web site that you have set up. It is informative, easy to navigate, bright and cheery. congratualtions. I haven't read the whole thing yet but wanted to send you this note , before i carry on getting more knowledge on my birth place( i now live in Texas and miss home like crazy)...anyway , again, congratulations.
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A Grand Evening's Browsing
posted by Dave Hatherell on 23 Aug 2006 at 2:31 pm
Just a message to say very well done regards your website. Clean and fresh in appearance, very easy to navigate. Lots of features, which have hijacked the best part of my evening on-line. I am a Bexhillian of a mere two and a half years standing, but I think it does the town that I love proud. I shall be referring this site to my many overseas contacts.
Once again, well done.
Jewel Of The Sussex Coast
posted by Mike Watson on 23 Aug 2006 at 9:43 pm
I really like your Bexhill web site and hope you continue to maintain its current high standards, with support from other sites with which you are linked such as the Redstack (I like their programme of music from the Zombies to wishbone Ash and hope it is well supported?). I visit Bexhill regularly to see my parents and enjoy cycling along the front very early in the morning for that dose of healthy ozone. I would like to know if there are any good cycling clubs/routes for the keen amateur in the area? And is it possible to cycle from Bexhill to Hastings along the beach, avoidin the dreadful road? Cheers, Mike
posted by Mark Sandy on 27 Aug 2006 at 5:49 am
I am originally from Bexhill born and bred but now live in OHIO USA. It's great to see bexhill again, even though I can't be there right now. I wish there was a sight so that I can look for old friends back across the pond.
Keep up the great work, the site is great.
posted by Alison Clarke on 28 Aug 2006 at 12:04 am
Having seen a short film at the Tate my interest was kindled in the De La Warr Pavilion, and having recently spent time fossil hunting on the Isle of Wight it seems a visit to Bexhill will satisfy both! Thanks for such a lovely website - am busy planning a visit.
Great Way To Keep In Touch
posted by Helen & John Parsons on 15 Sept 2006 at 12:23 pm
Just discovered your excellent website. We live in Florida but visit Bexhill 3 times a year where we own a flat in the Sackville. This is a great way for us to keep in touch. Thank you so much.
posted by Shiv on 15 Oct 2008 at 3:44 pm
It is wonderful.
posted by R. Hall on 09 Feb 2011 at 1:08 pm
I just wanted to say what a fantastic website you have created here.
My family and I are coming to Bexhill during August this year and the website has told me everything I need to know.
posted by Maureen Noble on 25 Feb 2011 at 10:34 am
Just to say ditto on this fabulous website which I have just discovered. I know I will be spending many hours looking at messages and replying to those I need to.
Isabel Norman, Actress
posted by Dr Bernard Ince on 30 Apr 2021 at 5:44 pm
Hi, was your grandmother the actress Isabel Norman whose last performance was at the Grand, Brighton in "Jack the Ripper"? I noticed a post on the MyBrightonandHove website and wondered if this was you. Apologies if not but if so please do contact me as I'm conducting theatre research which includes Isabel Norman and others and have many questions about your grandmother. I've left a post on the MyBrightonandHove website with the cast list of "Jack the Ripper" which is pending release. Thank you.
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