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  1. Press release: Censored Bexhill Hastings Link Road documents should be released in full, say campaigners

    October 17, 2016 by combehavendefenders

    Press release Combe Haven Defenders [1] Monday 17 October Contact 07565 967 250. Image available: CENSORED BEXHILL HASTINGS LINK …
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  2. Heavily censored Link Road document suggests East Sussex County Council may have something to hide

    October 16, 2016 by combehavendefenders

    BHLR assurance review redacted document

    It would appear that there are things that East Sussex County Council (ESCC) doesn’t want us to know about the …
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  3. Press release: residents demand Hastings council follow through on SeaChange scrutiny decision

    September 12, 2016 by combehavendefenders


    Press release Combe Haven Defenders [1] Tuesday 6 September Contact 07565 967 250 Photo attached: North Queensway Innovation Park, May …
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  4. Petition launched: monitor air pollution at site of Queensway Gateway road!

    August 22, 2016 by combehavendefenders


    Combe Haven Defenders have launched a petition calling on Hastings Borough Council to institute air pollution monitoring near the route …
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  5. Press release: Residents demand answers over inflated costs for Hastings road

    July 20, 2016 by combehavendefenders

    Young campaigners ready to plant trees in Hollington Valley

    Press release Combe Haven Defenders [1] Wednesday 20 July Contact 07565 967 250 Image – Children plant trees in Hollington …
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  6. ‘Drawn to Witness’ : an exhibition documenting Hollington Valley

    April 27, 2016 by combehavendefenders

    memorial gallery flyer for andrea

    For the past year, local artist and Combe Haven Defenders member, Emily Johns, has been drawing the Hollington Valley local …
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  7. Application for judicial review refused: next stop, Court of Appeal?

    April 12, 2016 by combehavendefenders


    The crowdfunder, launched to help with legal costs, has reached 77% of its target. It would be great if we …
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