THE NEXT MEETING OF the Eastbourne and District Branch of the REME Association: will be held on Wednesday November 28, starting at 7.30 pm in the Polegate Branch of the Royal British Legion.
ST LUKE’S CHURCH: WILL be holding an Autumn Quiz on Sunday November 25 in the Parish Centre, 7 pm for 7.39 pm start. Teams of up to 6 persons with tickets being £5 per person: which can be obtained in advance by ringing 01323 767020 or on the night. Nibbles will be provided and drinks will be available to purchase at the bar. There will also be a raffle and there will be a prize for the winning team... Go along and enjoy the fun with family and friends.
THE NEXT MEETING OF the Pevensey and Westham Historical Society :will be held in Westham Village Hall on Monday December 3, starting at 7.30 pm. “Music Hall and Variety” will be the subject of a talk by Edward Thomas. There will not be a meeting in January.
THE FRIENDS OF Eastbourne Adoption Centre: will be holding a Christmas Fayre in the Adoption Centre in Hailsham on Sunday November 26 from 12 noon to 3 pm
ALL OUR READERS: HAVE a personal invitation to join the Friends of the Eastbourne Hospital at their AGM on Wednesday November 28, starting at 2 pm, in the Lecture Theatre, Education Centre at the EDGH and afterwards for tea and light refreshments. The Guest Speaker will be Anita Smith, Speech and Language Consultant. Complimentary car parking is available.
POLICE APPEAL: Shortly after 10.30pm on Sunday (18 November) emergency services were called to the A27 Polegate bypass westbound, some 300 metres from the A22 Cophall Roundabout. A silver BMW Z3 sports car had left the road and collided with a road sign. Sadly, its sole occupant, a 22-year-old man from Eastbourne, sustained fatal injuries. The A27 dual carriageway was closed to traffic between the Cophall and Dittons roundabouts until 5.44am on Monday (19 November) while the incident was dealt with. No other vehicle was involved but police wish to talk to anyone who saw what happened, who may have any relevant dash-cam footage or who noticed the BMW being driven shortly before the crash. They are asked to contact officers by calling 101, quoting Operation Governor, as soon as possible.