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Cup fever grips Lewes as big match looms

Lewes Football Club is making history on Sunday (February 18) and asking for ’the whole town’ to turn out in support.

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Deport Cinema is among four finalists in the South East. Photograph: Hufton and Crowe

Lewes cinema transformation in line for prestigious award

The transformation of the old Harvey’s Brewery depot in Lewes into a major community arts venue is in line for a top award.

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Shape of things to come: An image of the North Street Quarter development

Council seeks to allay concerns over North Street Quarter’s future

A campaign group has this week raised concerns over the forthcoming development of the North Street Quarter in Lewes.

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Reunited on Ashdown Forest: Rugby World Cup winners Neil Back, Will Greenwood and Mike Tindall

Call of the wild – rugby heroes set to rise to Wolf Run challenge

England Rugby World Cup heroes Mike Tindall, Will Greenwood and Neil Back are getting back together to take part in a brand new Wolf Run obstacle challenge at Pippingford Park, Nutley, on Saturday, April 28.

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Gift: President Donald Trump

Donald Trump tie on offer in auction for Sussex hospice

A silk tie given as a gift by Donald Trump is one of the lots on offer in a charity auction.

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Alan Chapman: 'Vitally important that this problem is resolved'

Chronic Lewes flood problem ‘poses danger of accidents’

A chronic flooding problem in Lewes was the subject of a multi-agency meeting on Tuesday.

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The bride - with her parents, perhaps - and bridesmaids

Can you help solve riddle of the wedding photographs?

Do you recognise these photographs? Are you actually pictured in one of them?

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Lewes MP Maria Caulfield in talks with Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Housing

Government announces £10m housing boost for Lewes

The Government has pledged to provide a £10m fund for housing in Lewes’s North Street Quarter.

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Lewes Railway Station

Man, 51, in custody after fight at railway station

A 51-year-old man was in custody today (Tuesday, January 30) following a fight at Lewes Railway Station.

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A person is in custody after the incident

Police make arrest following fight at railway station

British Transport Police were called to Lewes Railway Station late this morning (Tuesday, January 30) following reports of a fight.

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A train passes through the 'open' crossing. Image by Jo Filmer

Safety concern over ‘stuck’ barriers at Plumpton level crossing

Fears over safety have been voiced after the barriers at a rural level crossing stayed up as a train passed through.

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Royal meeting: Prince William chats with youngster Amy Wheeler

My daughter would love your sparkly shoes, Prince William tells wheelchair girl ...

A little girl had a thrilling encounter on a visit to hospital last week – she spoke to Prince William.

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The newspaper delivery service will continue

End of an era as Lewes newsagent shop forced to close

The Station Road Newsagents in Lewes, which was formerly in the station itself, is being forced to close at the end of March after 30 years because it is no longer financially viable.

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The Piranhas ... with Richard Adland, aka Dick Slexia, second from the left

Former bandmates in tribute to ‘plastic fish’ drummer from Lewes

The drummer of a punk band which found fame in the 1980s died last week at the age of 55.

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Lewes Bonfire Night, when the streets are filled with flame, spectacle and music

Lewes in top 10 ‘coolest places’ to visit in UK

Lewes is among the 10 ‘coolest places’ to visit in Britain, according to award-winning guidebook publisher DK Travel.

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Councillor Dave Neave

COUNTY NEWS: Complaints allege councillor was ‘threatening and abusive’

An investigation into complaints against a former Conservative councillor will be considered by members of Lewes District Council’s Standards Panel next week.

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Policeman playing a policeman ... Phillip Hall in a Lewes Operatic Society production of The Pirates of Penzance

Tribute to late Lewes policeman – ‘a man of enthusiasm, passion and talent’

Colin Reynolds, Chairman of LOS Musical Theatre, formerly Lewes Operatic Society, this week paid tribute to the late Phillip Hall, the much-loved former policeman, councillor and National Trust curator who has died at the age of 83.

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Phillip Hall received a NODA Certificate of Appreciation in 2015

Death of Lewes man who ‘was the face of the police force’

Phillip Hall, who has died at the age of 83, was a character generations of local youngsters were familiar with.

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The decision to close Laporte's 'was taken with a heavy heart'. Image: Google Maps

End of an era as independent Lewes cafe announces closure

Laporte’s, proudly billed as offering the best breakfast in Lewes, has announced its shock imminent closure.

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