Moving to Bexhill - Thread
posted by Adrienne on 25 Apr 2007 at 10:37 pm
This thread is for comments relating to moving to Bexhill
Hi I live in Bromley and am seriously considering moving to Bexhill; just me and my daughter who is under 10. She has some medical needs which I tend to and will still need to travel to London for these but I guess I need to know what is the nearest hospital (A & E) and is it ok. What do any of you think of the local schools? What are out of school facilities like ie swimming pool, Brownies etc. There appears to be a shortage of houses on the market as well, does anyone know about this? Thank you for reading this and I hope you can help.
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Moving To Bexhill
posted by Rosina Fidler on 24 Feb 2007 at 10:17 am
My daughter starts Bexhill College in September. We are moving down in July just the two of us. I will be looking for private rented accomodation and a job. Have HLTA status in primary school work. Any advice where to start and if anyone knows of someone renting out a 2 bed accomodation around college or near town. Thanx
Good And Bad Points - What Are They?
posted by Sandra Smith on 12 Mar 2007 at 2:10 pm
Me, my husband and three kids (20, 21, 23,) are considering moving to Bexhill. We have visited a few times when my husband had relatives in the area this was only for a few hours at a time but we really liked the area. Are we doing the right thing? What are the good things about Bexhill and what are the bad (please be honest as every place as them)? Is there anything for my kids to do who are in the early 20?s (cinemas, clubs, shopping centres)?
We shall visit in the next few weeks for a weekend to make a final decision. But I would like some information before we get there and who better to ask then the people of Bexhill
So guys please respond and let me the good and bad
posted by Rosina Fidler on 26 Apr 2007 at 2:52 pm
I can only give you info that I have found out and know. I'm moving down in July, just me and my 16 year old daughter, having seperated from my husband. The nearest hospital is Conquest in hastings and my sister takes my nephew there regularly for walking problems. She is happy with care he gets. As for schools there are 8 schools around Bexhil, that are within easy reach, all primary. Their offsted results are good, I looked as I work in a school in Bromley!! (Pickhurst Infants) Maybe we should meet and compare notes before I go. I can't wait for move, I will be renting privately as have no chance of getting mortgage alone. Bexhill is great, my sister lives in St Leonards. Hope I have helped and if you want to contact me I can give you contact details.
posted by Peter Fell on 02 May 2007 at 11:34 pm
The Conquest is not the only hospital in the area - though I suppose it is the main largest. Bexhill also has a hospital. I find it hard to believe you find properties hard to find in Bexhill as there are for sale signs all over the area. I live in a block of 4 flats with one for sale - though only one bedroom / garden/ off street parking/ garage but no pets and near to the town centre. But around this area ther are quite a fewproperties for sale.
posted by valerie on 08 Apr 2008 at 12:06 pm
I am looking to relocate to bexhill hopefully some time this year, could anyone tell me the best place in bexhill to go for my needs I am a pensioner who wants to become involved in the community, and to be active, I can't afford to buy as I am in rented accommodation at the moment and ideally would like an exchange as I need to be nearer to my daughter who lives in east sussex (not too near) I have looked at several areas in east sussex but have fallen in love with bexhill, I will be coming to stay for a few days in may to have a look around and it would be nice to know where to look, thank you for any help, valerie
Thinking Of Moving To Bexhill
posted by Andrea Dixon on 18 Jun 2008 at 11:00 pm
Can anyone tell me if there are problems with anti social behaviour/crime etc?
The crime rates seem lower than where we live now but just wanted an idea.
Also schooling- the local schools OFSTED report is a lot better than the one I was going to send my daughter to but was just wanting some reassurance bexhill is a good place to live.
posted by M Woolf on 19 Jun 2008 at 3:06 pm
There is very little in the way of serious crime. If you get the local paper, Bexhill Observer, you will see that most is of petty and pointless vandalism but even this is not a huge issue. It depends what you are comparing it with though: I used to live in central London. For some inexplicable reason, as it seems very pleasant by inner-city standards, Sidley is a fairly dodgy area but it's hardly the Bronx!
More On Sidley
posted by Heather on 14 Jul 2008 at 7:58 pm
I too am thinking of moving to Preston Road/Watermill Lane area of Sidley and have been warned off as loads of council housing.Both my husband and I grew up on council estates so we are not biased against them but would like an honest opinion of this area. Thnaks v much Heather
Active Retirement In Bexhill - What Is There To Do ?
posted by Patricia Smith (Mrs) on 24 Jul 2008 at 9:32 am
Considering moving to Bexhill in the very near future, and would like to know what social or volunteering opportunities are available/recommended for those taking early retirement? Only legal ideas please !!
Best wishes. Patricia, Kent.
Moving To Bexhill
posted by Gary Hill on 07 Nov 2008 at 9:49 am
Hi everyone looking to moving to Bexhill hopefully next year.Me + my wife will be having a look around in june next year. could anyone recommend a B+B + also a area to look for .we need a bungalow somewhere quiet i,m 43 and wife is 54 we are moving from Northamptonshire thanks see you in june
posted by julia O'Loghlen on 11 Jan 2009 at 10:54 pm
I am a retired lady with 2 very well behaved small lap dogs.non yappers.clean adorable. I am looking to rent a property in or around Bexhill, if anyone knows of a place for rent I would be happy to recieve a message from you. thank you, Julia.
Moving To Bexhill
posted by Wendy on 15 Jan 2009 at 12:39 pm
We moved to Bexhill 8 years ago, and love it, we did not know one area from another, as we had never been to Bexhill before, we just fell upon it while touring around, and fell in love with it, and bought a bungalow in West Bexhill,(Collington area) which is a very nice area, quiet, but within easy walk of the town and Collington railway station.
Hope you find something you like as we did.
Might see you walking along the seafront!!
Moving To Bexhill
posted by Jennie Martin on 23 Feb 2009 at 1:42 pm
My husband recent left us. I have 3 children 12, 3 and 1 years. My son was in private school which he now has to leave so the world is our oyster or so they say. I've found a house for sale in Reginald Road and Bexhill High school have a place for my son but not knowing the area its a scary move. Reading the notices everyone there loves it but for me it's a big move away from Dartford where I grew up and know lots of people. What is there for teenagers and young children to do out of school and what is Bexhill High school like? Please help...
Is There Anything For 12 Yr Olds In Bexhill?
posted by jennie martin on 23 Feb 2009 at 1:54 pm
I have a young family my eldest is 12 then I have a 3 and a 1 year old. I am thinking of moving to Bexhill and wondered if there is anything for my 12 year old to do?
For Young People
posted by Helpful on 03 Mar 2009 at 12:22 pm
Bexhill is not a bad place for young people and slowly getting better. There is a good youth club at the Station Road Community Centre on a Tuesday night which is professionally run and the town has the usual mix of sporting clubs. Its safe generally for teenagers to be out with friends in the town centre and parks at a reasonable times (not 10.00pm at night for example!) And there is the beach in summer which is great. Not everything is provided that you might find in a bigger town but Hastings and Eastbourne are easy to reach on the bus or train for swimming pools.
Bexhill High is a large school which I would describe overall as being fair. The school has the usual problems of large state schools with loosing staff but no violence or bullying. My kids both go there and enjoy it and are doing OK. There is a brand new building going up ready i think next year?
Give It A Go !!
posted by Patricia Smith on 03 Mar 2009 at 2:27 pm
Hi Jenny .. Glad I am not alone at feeling a little apprehensive in moving to Bexhill. Am in the middle of buying a property in Cooden but,having done quite a lot of research on the area and found people most helpful/friendly, have decided to give it a go. I live quite near you at present (Swanley area) so perhaps we could compare notes/worries. Good luck anyway.
Moving To Bexhill
posted by caroline on 10 Mar 2009 at 10:47 am
Hi jennie we moved to little common 3 weeks ago and love it. I lived in surrey for 39 years so was a big step for me too. I have 3 children who are 11,7 and 3. My daughter has just been given bexhill high. It is having a lot of money spent on it so will be great when finished. My children settled at school really well within days. There is loads to do compared to where i came from. You have eastbourne 15 mins one way and hastings 10 mins the other way. Loads of walks etc and people couldn't be more friendly. I too was worried about leaving my comfort zone but am so glad we have. Hope this helps. Caroline x
Moving To Bexhill
posted by Jennie Martin on 10 Mar 2009 at 7:06 pm
Hi Caroline, glad to hear you are enjoying your move, your children are a similar age to mine so hopefully we'll meet up at the school gates.
So far I've only heard good things from people who have moved to Bexhill from London and Kent so I'm hoping we'll all love it.
I looked at a house in Swanley Patricia and decided on Bexhill instead - Hope we both prefer it. Good luck with your move
Good Areas To Rent A Flat From In The Bexhill Area
posted by viv on 10 Apr 2009 at 6:40 am
i am looking to move to bexhill in september,2009.i am looking for accomodation.please could someone please give me some names of good and fairly good areas in bexhill.i have a child with special needs and would not like to move into a rough area.i want to leave where i currently live for a quieter area where we can have access to good special needs schools.i am applying for a housing association property first until such a time when i can find employment in the nursing field out there in bexhill or surrounding areas..i am a practice nurse by profession in case you are wondering, and you know of any GP surgery/ practice looking to employ a part time practice nurse.please let me know,too.thanks.
posted by Ali on 02 May 2009 at 10:37 pm
Hi. I'm about to move to Bexhill from London and feeling a little bit anxious as I will be on my own and I don't yet know anyone in the area! My partner is also moving down, in a couple of months, after he has sold his flat in London, (to his own property a mile or so away.) I have a daughter of 16 who will visit but will not be living with me!!(sob)
I'm a young 46, interested in anything artistic/creative, love the sea, music, etc.etc.! I'd really like to make contact with other people in the area and to hopefully make some new friends along the way! Hope to hear back from some of you friendly people out there, and get to know the area! Thanks.
Ali Moving In...
posted by Jude on 05 May 2009 at 1:33 pm
Your best bet would be to get hold of the latest Citizens Guide which is given out free of charge with the Bexhill-on-Sea Observer. It's full of information about loads of different clubs, not only in Bexhill but neighbouring areas.
I hope the move etc goes ok.
posted by Maciej on 03 Jun 2009 at 9:05 pm
Hi my name is Maciek I am from Poland but i live in Scotland for about 5 years me and my family wan't to move to Bexhill but we don't know anything about it so can someone tell me is it hard to get a job and house ? I got 3 sons (14,13,10) so how is the education ? Pls can someone help me
3 Weeks And Counting
posted by Tracy on 07 Jul 2009 at 5:09 pm
lol..Seems were all going to Bexhill and don't know too much about the area.My husband has transfered his job, the money is not as good as the Midlands but it gives us a fresh start.
Were due to move in 3 weeks, we checked out Bexhill High and it seems a nice school, were very impressed.
We'll be moving to Pebsham around St Martyns Way is that a good area?
Moving To Bexhill
posted by caroline on 28 Jul 2009 at 10:30 am
Hi This is to Tracy and Maciej. We moved to bexhill in february and it is the best thing we ever did. Wish we had done it sooner. We moved to little common so not too sure about all the areas in Bexhill. I believe that Pebsham is a nice area as we have people at school that live there. My daughter is due to start bexhill high in sept, many people didn't speak very highly of it but in 2010 when the new school opens it will be absolutely fantastic and i believe it will be the most popular school around. Hope this helps.
Martyns Way Area
posted by carol on 13 Aug 2009 at 10:43 pm
hi i will be moving to this area (Martyns Way) in the next few weeks can anyone give their views
Moving To Bexhill
posted by Jodie on 03 Sept 2009 at 3:41 pm
Hi all. My family and I are moving from Hereford to Bexhill on 14th October. My daughter will be 1 when we move so I was wondering if anyone can tell me the best nursery schools and primary schools please and also where is the best shopping centre??
Moving To Bexhill
posted by caroline on 05 Sept 2009 at 9:27 am
Hi Jo Not sure what part of bexhill you are moving to but we live in little common and the school and nursery which is just next to it is fantastic. It is one of the best primary schools in the area. My son has just left the nursery and was very happy there. The best nearest shopping centre is Eastbourne which isn't too bad but Brighton is only an hour away and has fantastic shopping. Good luck with your move.
Artistic / Creative Interests
posted by Debbie on 07 Sept 2009 at 1:18 pm
I saw Ali's message from last May and as I will soon be moving to Bexhill and I do a lot of fabric artwork I would be interested to hear of any art and fabric art groups in the area. If Ali is reading this then do let me know how you have got on and are settling in. At the moment I am active with a Needlearts Guild near where I am living in America and I would like to be able to carry on with something simillar when I move home.
Moving With An Autistic 18 Yr Son
posted by Carol on 07 Sept 2009 at 2:02 pm
I have been trying to get down to Bexhill all last year, housing market here (Shirley, Croydon) hasn't helped.....
People that live there my son already goes to St. Mary's Wrestwood Bexhill but do you know where he could go after his last year which is this. The fact I am not down there has stopped me looking out for things.
Any information would be great. Many thanks!
Moving To Bexhill
posted by Wendy on 09 Sept 2009 at 9:19 am
I saw Debbie's meassage regarding moving to this area from America, we lived in Canada for many years and travelled all over USA. You will love Bexhill, we moved here 9 years ago, there are needle art guilds around, which you will discover once you are here. Good Luck.
Looking For Mutual Exchange
posted by Paul on 20 Sept 2009 at 3:17 pm
I am looking to relocate to the Bexhill area and was wondering if anyone knows how I could go about getting a mutual exhange. I have a lovely three bedroom house(Housing Association), with gardens front and back, in a really nice part of SE London(Honor Oak Park). I would be looking for similar(maybe 2 bed) in Bexhill.
posted by Tracy on 14 Oct 2009 at 8:03 pm
Try these websites
http://www.exchangeforum.co.uk and also http://www.homeswapper.co.uk
Word of warning though, our move to Bexhill from the Midlands fell through 10 days before the move date,we never got there.People can and do change their mind right up until the move date.
posted by dee on 17 Dec 2009 at 9:20 pm
I want to move to bexhill and will need housing association accommodation. After losing my 20 year old son and having contacts in the Bexhill area i feel its time to move on. Can anyone help me with information about housing please??
I am thinking of renting short term to investigate the area so if anyone knows of a bungalow/house, furnished, to rent id be grateful
Where Are The Children Of Bexhill?
posted by Bexhill outsider on 08 Feb 2010 at 12:46 pm
I visited Cooden Beach twice last week checking out the area and property. There is the possibility for us to move into the area. We have 3 young children so being near the beach is ideal. We had lunch at the Cooden Beach hotel and walked along the promenade. Didn't quite make it to the pavillion but all we could see were dog walkers and older folks. It sounds like people in Bexhill like where they live which is wonderful but I just want to hear from people with young children, are you happy here? It would be nice to have a good mix of ages anywhere you live.
Which Are The Better Areas To Live In Bexhill?
posted by Mia on 15 Feb 2010 at 6:25 pm
My husband and i will be moving to Bexhill from North Kent in early 2011. We are unsure of the best areas to move to or any areas best avoided. We both do shift work, so quieter areas would be best. Can anyone help?
Areas To Live In Bexhill
posted by Wendy on 16 Feb 2010 at 8:43 pm
We moved to Bexhill 9 years ago, and like you didn't know one area from another. We live in the Collington area of West Bexhill, which is a nice quiet area. Little Common and Cooden are very nice, but can be more expensive than say Pebsham. Sidley is known to be the worse area
We Want To Move To Bexhill
posted by Michele Hilsden on 05 Mar 2010 at 2:11 pm
We are trying to do a house exchange to bexhill, and would love more information from people who actually live in the area, Thank you
Monday 29th March
posted by Rachel Keevil on 25 Mar 2010 at 4:14 pm
Whoppee we are finally moving to Bexhill on Monday 29th March and cannot wait.
What Is Bexhill Really Like?
posted by Darren on 01 Apr 2010 at 8:32 pm
Im thinking of moving down south due to silly house prices in Surrey and needing a bigger house due to little kids growing up. Can someone give me a real honest appraisal of what Bexhill is really like. Yes the website looks great but is there a hidden side with chavs and people with tatoos and earings etc? I'd really like know before driving down to check the place out. Many thanks to anyone who replies.
posted by Wendy on 02 Apr 2010 at 11:35 pm
Congratulations on moving to Bexhill, you will love it here. Hope the move went ok
What Is Bexhill Really Like!
posted by Wendy on 04 Apr 2010 at 10:13 pm
I can assure you that Bexhill is as you see on the Website, there is no hidden side of it at all. We have lived here 10 years and love it. You must come and check it out,I can honestly say that you will not be disappointed.
posted by Natasha on 09 May 2010 at 2:29 pm
I have lived in Bexhill most of my life and I am now 28. Bexhill is a great place to live, it is nice and quiet and very friendly. If you want more action then you go to Eastbourne or Hastings for the day/eve but you are always happy to return home. The Nicest areas are Collington and Cooden - with Little Common primary school eing the best in the area (the head teacher Mr Pratt is very nice and easy going). The best secondary school is St. Richards but places are hard to get (being catholic makes it easier!), however if you do get a place you'll child will be happy - there is no bullying in the school, high exam grades, and a real culture of learning.
The areas to be wary of is Sidley and Pebsham - especially Sidley which is known to be a no go are - if you have children you will not really want them to mix/ascoiate with Sidley youngsters. Also beware of Buxton Drive - this road and the ones near it are the worst. However this is only my opinion!
Generally, Bexhill Is Fine.
posted by Simon Kempthorne on 12 May 2010 at 4:44 pm
About the only area of Bexhill I think you could argue that might not be too desirable would be Sidley, but it's not exactly a large area within Bexhill or even truly representative of the bad parts of society. Few bad apples, and that jazz. Otherwise Bexhill is mostly clean and a pretty place.
Bexhill's not ideal for shopping (there are a lot of charity shops if money is tight, however), but luckily Eastbourne and Hastings are nearby for that. They're also the best places to try for young adults if they're into the clubbing scene, since Bexhill is lacking in that department!
The De La Warr Pavilion is certainly not for everyone. It's an acquired taste, really, but don't rule it out if you've an open mind with respect to modern art.
Probably the biggest concern is the lack of work for young people, especially if one is lacking in job experience, cannot drive, or lacks qualifications. With all the charity shops around, voluntary work is at least an option (which I do once a week).
Relocation To Bexhill
posted by Susanna Fry on 24 May 2010 at 8:47 am
I hope someone reads this message and is able to give me some information. I am planning to move to Bexhill from Shropshire where I have lived for ten years. Quite an upheaval so want to make sure sure I am doing the right thing. Would appreciate some feedback from people living in Bexhill as to what is going on, clubs, groups and sporting facilities which I can join and get to know people. As I am on my own the process of making friends becomes more difficult. I am also looking for a light and airy flat/house in a good position (not necessarily with sea views) a balcony and garage would be preferable. Is there anyone out there who would like to sell privately? As I am over 55 a retirement flat would also be an option. Would be very grateful for any input received. Thank you.
Bexhill Is Great
posted by Lou on 13 Jun 2010 at 1:45 pm
I've lived in and around this area for 6 years and I think Bexhill is great, I wouldn't live in Hastings though although many people seem quite happy there. The beach is lovely, Delaware Pavilion has been done up. The worst i could possibly say about it is that it can be a teeny bit boring but boring is better than crime central.
I work for the local NHS trust and have no beef about it at all.
Hastings has nice interesting shops, Bexhill shops are pretty good and Eastbourne and Brighton is not far. In my opinion Bexhill is loads better than Hastings or Eastbourne and I've done home vists for the NHS in all these areas. Eastbourne is pretty horrible now, I've had my car broken into there countless times.
A Move To Bexhill
posted by Julie on 14 Jun 2010 at 5:00 pm
I have fallen in love with Bexhill, and want to move from Berkshire there. However, I have an autistic child, and wondered if anyone knows how the schools there cope with special needs and if there is any particular school that is any better than others. I am also wondering has the Eastern European influx hit Bexhill the way it has here? There is a huge strain on special need resources where I live because of Polish people in the area who have kids that do not speak a word of English, and so funding is being wasted on interpreters, and 1-1 learning assistants to teach them English, instead of supporting the children, like my son with genuine special needs. Many thanks.
Areas Of Bexhill
posted by Chris on 23 Apr 2011 at 9:29 am
I am thinking of moving to Bexhill from Eastbourne. I love Cooden/Collington but it is out of my price range. What is it like in the twon centre and east bexhill - its a bit of a quandry because i want somewhere fairly central and quiet, possibly a small bungalow Any advice? Thanks.
Young Families In Bexhill
posted by sarah on 05 Jun 2011 at 4:12 pm
Hi everyone, we're considering moving our young family to Bexhill, we've visited a few times and it seems one of the most unspoilt and safest towns on the south coast and on the face of it seems a great place for very young children to grow up. We'd be very grateful for opinions on what Bexhill is like for young families. Has anyone else done the same thing and have any experiences / hindsight to share? Many thanks! Sarah
Re: Young Families In Bexhill
posted by Jim on 08 Jun 2011 at 4:28 pm
Sarah, we moved (back) to Bexhill a few years ago when our second child was on their way, we have 2 children 4 and 5 and it's a great place for kids to grow up. There are a lot of things for kids to do locally with beach, seafront, woods and a number of playgrounds. If the weather isn't so good then there are a number of indoor play areas within relatively easy reach (~20 mins by car).
The biggest concern might be around senior schools, as there isn't much choice if you don't want to commute. That said, the new Bexhill High School certainly looks the business and give it a couple of years to shake out the gremlins it could be really special.
posted by Sarah on 11 Jun 2011 at 10:39 pm
Hi Jim, many thanks for your reply, very helpful and very reassuring! Much appreciated. Sarah
Re: Areas Of Bexhill
posted by Sandra on 24 Jul 2011 at 1:52 pm
My husband and I are thinking of moving to Bexhill from Surrey. I would be really grateful to any one who could tell me what it's like for a young 60 year old to live there. We would be looking to buy a house with a medium to large size garden, also we would like to be near to a Park as we keep dogs. Any helpful information would be welcome.
Areas Of Bexhill
posted by Fra on 08 Aug 2011 at 3:22 pm
Husband and i in 60s moved here from Surrey last year. We are in Cooden.Also have a dog who absolutely loves running on the beach/ catching crabs at low tide. We like it here, there are houses around with good size gardens, and house prices def lower than surrey. Egerton, Polegrove, Highwoods, Broadoak all nearby parks and of course Southdowns not far.
Downside - access to London tediously slow, having said that if its theatres your after there are 4 at eastbourne, 1 at hastings, + De la Warr in B/hill. Theres plenty to do leisure wise.... if you want to chat am willing am happy to, but will need to set up.
posted by Pat Gearing on 13 Aug 2012 at 12:24 am
Hiya, which part of Bromley do u live in. I was brought up nr Pettswood, (Coppice Est,)
Right, Bexhill can be reasonably quiet, Hospital 15mins away, called "The Conquest"
Little Common is best school I found, for yr daughters age, my grandaughter goes there, and doing really really well. and Bexhill High school that was, is now up-graded to college level.
Trains go Bexhill to Eastbourne and onto Victoria, or bexhill to Hastings and goes on to Charring X. Unfortunately my flat is 1 bed, top floor as well....sorry, but if info helps, then i have done some good....bye
posted by Paul Minter on 14 Sept 2012 at 12:57 pm
Any moving to Bexhill with children with special needs/ disability, we run Special Kids Bexhill with 160 members. We run holiday activities and in term times coffee mornings and evenings. We have children & young adults with a wide range of needs. We're on Facebook, and the whole family is welcome at our events, siblings, not just the disabled child. We range so far from babies/ toddlers up to 19.
posted by Sheila on 02 Nov 2012 at 10:36 am
Anyone know about Newlands Avenue please? We're hoping to move to the area next summer from Worcester and have looked at a few properties in Eastbourne (love the front and the gallery) but houses aren't cheap. I see from searching online that you can get a lot more house and garden for your money in Bexhill, which also has the sea/the fantastic gallery and beautiful downs and is quiet.
Moving To Bexhill In 2 Weeks
posted by leigh fowle on 13 Mar 2013 at 2:27 pm
Moving to bexhill from scotland in 2 weeks, have an 11yr old girl who is 12 on the 30th March this year, hopefully going to bexhill high she is concerned about making friends anybody got any sugestions? My husband comes from catsfield and knows the area.
Moving To Bexhill
posted by Nicola Hill on 24 Apr 2015 at 10:03 pm
I am looking to buy a house in Bexhill and wondered if Turkey Rd or Gunsters Lane a good area. We also looked into the area of St Leonards near the hotel called Brannatyes? Also is there any good Zumba classes around the area that do daytime classes? Good way of making friends. Thanks
posted by sally on 12 May 2015 at 7:22 pm
Hi We moved to Bexhill last August and are still exploring the area. Just wondered if anyone knows how i get my daughters into brownies. there seem to be a few different brownie packs but cant find numbers for any of them.
posted by Fra on 18 May 2015 at 10:29 pm
Go on to Girlguiding website find the join us bit, enquiries and put in your details regarding required nights, times etc., and it will come up with best fit. There are approx 5 Brownie Packs in Bexhill, and 1 in Sidley.
New Life In Bexhill
posted by Stella on 04 Nov 2015 at 9:12 am
We plan to buy a property in Bexhill, but not sure! My husband had to move here 2 years ago with his work, I am coming at the weekend sometimes, but doesn't seem very attractive to me! We leaved in N Ireland for 25 years in a friendly environment and have lots of friends there! I don't know anyone here, we joined the tennis club here, but people no so friendly!
I feel lonely and I find difficult to make friends!
Making The Move....
posted by Kelly on 09 Dec 2015 at 8:42 pm
I am hoping to move to Bexhill next year. :)
I am from the u.k and returning home after many years living out of the country. After a lot of research I have decided to try Bexhill as it seems perfect for me at this stage of my life. Can anyone advise me how to access local landlords classifieds lists. I will be renting privately. Is the best way to do this through an agency ? ( Any advice on renting experiences etc would be great). What is the best local newspaper to access.
Thanks in advance
Want To Move To Bexhill
posted by Allan and Janice on 02 Mar 2016 at 3:29 pm
We are a married couple in our mid 60s and are looking to move to Bexhill. We have visited the area several times in the past year and know that Little Common and Cooden are the sought after areas but unfortunately slightly out of our price range and that Sidley appears to be the area to avoid therefor the bungalows and price range that would suit us seem to be in Pebsham but this is not an area we have looked at could anyone advise us on the pros and cons of living in Pebsham.
posted by shelley on 02 Jun 2016 at 7:15 am
Hi I have recently bought a house near little common quite apprehensive as only know one couple there and I am moving on my own. Any advice please
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