Normal service resumed for walking footballers

The Old Bexhillians Walking Football Club ( OBWFC) have well and truly returned to normal service, while still adhering to present Covid -19 rules and regulations. Twice weekly sessions, on a Tuesday morning and Thursday evening at Little Common Recreation Ground and Bexhill College respectively are the order of the day and many social events […]

Care home celebrates May Day with some traditional maypole dancing

Residents at Bexhill’s Whitebriars Residential Care Home celebrated the May bank holiday by traditionally dancing around a may pole. Residents at the home, which specialises in dementia care, enjoyed making flower crowns out of tissue paper to wear on their heads. There was the chance to reminisce about May Day celebrations they had enjoyed in […]

Merriman voted in to head Parliamentary Autism group

Huw Merriman, is the new Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Autism following the recent death of his colleague Dame Cheryl Gillan, who previously led the group and was a long-standing advocate for autistic people and their families. At the group’s annual general meeting held earlier this week, members paid tribute to Dame […]

Now local charities stand a chance of a lottery win

Could local charities benefit from the £17m that will be shared out by the organisers of the Postcode Lottery? Local MP Huw Merriman seems to think so. Mr Merriman is urging local charities and good causes to apply for the funding raised by the players of People’s Postcode Lottery. More than 3,500 grassroots organisations in […]