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Friday, 20th August 2021, 6:00 am
Today's front page of the Hastings and Rye Observer SUS-210819-122649001

This week a bus company has explained why scores of its bus services in Hastings have been cancelled.

Many routes have been cancelled, leaving some residents unable to get to work.

In other news in today’s Observer, details have been revealed about the Hastings World Naked Bike Ride, which returns this Sunday (August 22).

And a St Leonards man said his ‘whole body and heart ached’ when he realised his beloved pug could only use her front legs after being hit by a car when she ran away while they were on a walk.

We also cover the story of a newly-formed group, which is planning to hold a demonstration on St Leonards beach today (Friday, August 20) against Southern Water following the recent major sewage leak at Bulverhythe beach.

And this week’s two-page feature tells the story of students from across the area celebrating successful GCSE results and making the grade.

For more on this and other stories this week, pick up a copy of today’s Observer.

* Got a story? Ring reporters Richard Gladstone on 07803 505794 or Stephen Wynn-Davies on 07393 754494.