Inside this week’s Hastings Observer (September 30)

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The Hastings Observer is on sale today (Friday, September 30) and here’s what you can find inside:

The paper leads on news that SECAmb has been placed in special measures after a damning report by health inspectors. The full story, including reaction from the ambulance trust, can be found on page 16.

We also feature an interview with the new regional director of William Parker Academy and Helenswood Academy, and reveal statistics about happiness levels in Hastings.

Our campaign page features a number of stories about the ongoing rail saga, including a further series of strikes announced and an update on the crowdfunding campaign to fund a judicial review into the government’s ‘failure to hold Southern Rail to account’.

Today’s Observer also has two pages of photographs from Sunday’s popular Y Front Run, and previews The Big Sleep, which takes place in Hastings tonight (September 30).

There is also a comprehensive list of Macmillan Coffee Mornings taking place in 1066 Country and we reveal all the nominations for the 1066 Community Awards.

The paper also includes all the usual court listings, letters pages and essential information.

The nostalgia offering for this week’s edition takes a look at aerial photographs of Warrior Square and Marine Court.

On top of all of that, there is an 11-page What’s On listings guide and nine pages of sport, including a look ahead to Hastings United’s FA Cup tie.

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