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It is built on cast iron screwpiles with wooden decking, apart from a section in the middle which was replaced with concrete slabs after the Second World War.
1 hr ago | Mirror.co.uk
The fire is thought to have started in wall panelling but has spread quickly, with dramatic images showing smoke pouring from the roof A fierce fire has taken hold of Eastbourne Pier, with fire crews desperately battling to save what is left of the historic seaside landmark.
"Cape Wrath is the north-westerly tip of mainland Britain. Its name comes from the Norse for "turning point" because the Vikings navigated by it.
Jamine Hubbard, 33, of St Aubyns Road, appeared at Brighton Magistrates Court on Monday and pleaded guilty to a number of offences of shop theft in Seaford and Newhaven, including offences at Superdrug and the Co-op in Broad Street, Seaford and Paradise Park in Newhaven.
A petition backed by more than 1,000 people calling for the creation of an Old Town Cycleway has been handed to East Sussex County Council .
Saunders, of Salvador Close, was convicted of failing to provide a specimen for analysis and was jailed for four weeks.
St Wilfrids Hospice receives Sussex Heritage Award. Arnold Simanowitz and Trust President Rt Hon Lord Egremont DL SUS-140715-112709001 St Wilfrid's Hospice has won a prestigious award from the Sussex Heritage Trust for its new building on Broadwater Way.
Jay Georgiou, 19, was one of a pair of robbers who burst into a flat in Tenterden Close, Eastbourne, and demanded that the three men inside give them money and drugs.
The remarkable story of a wartime spy who risked her life to save countless others has finally emerged after her death aged 94. Little did neighbours suspect that grey-haired Margaret Spencer - a leading figure in her local Women's Institute and an enthusiastic church chorister - once parachuted behind enemy lines in Nazi Europe dressed as a nun.
'A great oppportunity for business, community groups and individuals.' That is the opinion of Hailsham town councillors as the town gears up for one of the biggest cycling events to ever pass through its streets.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 09:40 am
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