The UK is in the middle of the political parties’ conference season and it’s increasingly clear that more than two years after the Referendum on whether the UK should leave the EU, the whole country is still debating Brexit and the issue is far from settled.
On 28th July 2018 I wrote to Burgess Hill Council advising them that I had seen a number of the aluminium statues known as “There but Not There” depicting a life size First World War Soldier with his gun and back pack in a small coastal community on the South Coast and was enquiring as to whether might be purchasing one that might stand at the War Memorial Site in Burgess Hill.
Local Mid Sussex special needs charity, Kangaroos were proud to be the chosen charity for the evening at the recent, More Radio Community Awards event, held at The South of England Showground in Ardingly.
Mr Rider (Express September 7) refers to those wishing to leave the EU as having a morbid obsession with the past whilst going on to describe in some detail that the past is very relevant to his own life experiences and those of his family.
A few short weeks after East Sussex County Council was in the national news for near bankrupcy, and local news for saying yes to Brett Aggregates, the announcement has come through that £23 millon Newhaven flyover to nowhere is here.