Watson back to her best
Tomsett ton puts Eastbourne back on top
Watson, Ivanovic and Verdasco all in Monday action
Tamira walks on the wild side
Ana aims to create some happy memories
Eastbourne knocked off the top after poor display
A pub doorman has been found guilty of rape and will be sentenced this afternoon (Monday).
An Eastbourne dad who admitted the manslaughter of his toddler daughter has been jailed for two years.
The schoolgirl involved in the Jeremy Forrest abduction case has told the court her 30-year-old maths teacher travelled to France with her because he feared for her safety.
Three people from the Eastbourne area have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List at the weekend.
The family of an Eastbourne pensioner who died after falling from his mobility scooter in the town last week have paid tribute to him.
Eastbourne MP Stephen Lloyd is calling on any constituents who had pensions with Equitable Life to make sure they get the compensation promised to them by the government – before it is too late.
An impressive performance from Britain’s Heather Watson saw her progress to the second round of the AEGON International in straight sets.
Heather Watson, Ana Ivanovic, Alexandr Dolgopolov and Fernando Verdasco are set to light up Centre Court at the Aegon International on Monday June 17.
You’ve recently become female British number 1 – how does that feel, especially with Wimbledon fast approaching?
Last year’s AEGON International was undoubtedly one for the underdogs as lower-ranked players took their chance to shine while the top seeds crashed and burned.
Gilles Simon will be hoping to put truth to the saying ‘the best things come in small packages’ when he returns to Devonshire Park as the top seed in this year’s AEGON International tournament.
Aegon International defending champion Tamira Paszek took a walk on the wild side at the Aegon International on Saturday, coming face to face with some furry, prickly and scaly friends from local wildlife park Drusillas.
This was the second play in the popular four-week Murder in the Park season produced by talking Scarlet in association with Eastbourne Theatres.
South East string players of all ages and abilities are signing up to the first ever summer Strings for All workshops and masterclasses to be held at the Birley Centre, Eastbourne College.
The Undercover Shadows are making an appearance at the Barn Theatre, Seaford on Sunday (June 16), performing hits from the world’s foremost instrumentals band The Shadows, intermingled with songs from Cliff Richard.
Stagecoach Eastbourne are busy working towards a Bigger Stages Charity Spectacular at the Pavilion Theatre, Worthing, on Sunday, June 23. Students aged 6 to 18 from Stagecoach Eastbourne and seven other Stagecoach schools will come together to make a “Sussex by the Seaside Extravaganza”.
Jonathan Hope, organ scholar at Winchester Cathedral, will be playing at a Festival Organ Recital at St Andrew’s, Blackwater Road, Eastbourne, on Wednesday, June 19 (7.30pm).
The world’s most authentic tribute to Freddie Mercury and Queen, “Mercury” will take over Eastbourne Bandstand on Friday, June 21.
Local groups were helped to bid for more than £1.6 million last year by 3VA, the council for voluntary services in Eastbourne, Lewes and Wealden.
The Lady Taveners annual fundraising lunch is being held at The Grand Hotel on June 19.
St Anthony’s and Langney Point Neighbourhood Panel is meeting on June 18 (7pm) at Tollgate Community School.
A team from the Hydro Hotel raised charity case by going the Whole Hog on a 10k assault course.
The Friends of Eastbourne Adoption Centre raised £334 – and awareness – with a table sale in the Arndale Centre on June 1.
Moira House Girls School is offering free tennis coaching on June 24.
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Weather for Eastbourne
Tuesday 18 June 2013
Temperature: 14 C to 20 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: South west
Temperature: 15 C to 24 C
Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: North east