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  1. Press release: residents demand Hastings council follow through on SeaChange scrutiny decision

    September 12, 2016 by combehavendefenders

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

    August 22, 2016 by combehavendefenders

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    Combe Haven Defenders have launched a petition calling on Hastings Borough Council to institute air pollution monitoring near the route …
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  3. 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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  4. ‘Drawn to Witness’ : an exhibition documenting Hollington Valley

    April 27, 2016 by combehavendefenders

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

    April 12, 2016 by combehavendefenders

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    The crowdfunder, launched to help with legal costs, has reached 77% of its target. It would be great if we …
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  6. Press release: nearly 250 people sign petition to demand no more public funds for NBAR

    April 11, 2016 by combehavendefenders

    Press release Combe Haven Defenders [1] Monday 11 April Contact 07565 967 250 Photos: Local residents on the route of …
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  7. Operation Bluebell: safeguarding the flora of Hollington Valley

    April 3, 2016 by combehavendefenders

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    On Saturday 2 April, local residents gathered in Hollington Valley for Operation Bluebell: civil disobedience to protect some of the …
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