Update October 2015: The signs and information boards are now installed. Thanks to Cityscape maps. To view images please scroll the curser over the thumbnails on the right.

Update Summer 2015: The cost of the new fingerposts and information boards (see below) will now be met by the Coastal Communities Fund. As always, the funds are managed by Rother District Council. The Council's accounts are available on their web site.The signs and information boards have been ordered and will be installed imminently.

Previously we wrote:

Businesses in the Town Centre complained for many years that the Town Centre had no pedestrian signage. Yet, we are a sea-side town and looking to our visitors for income. Visitors arriving at Bexhill station had nothing to indicate where the Town Centre shops were, or that there was a Town Centre at all.

Rother District Council told us that we could not have signs without a signage audit of the Town Centre that would cost 80,000. So, the Town Team conducted the signage audit itself and published the recommendations at the end of March 2013.

Working with Rother District Council we will use the funds made available by Marks & Spencer, for improvements to and enhancement of the Town Centre shopping facilities, to pay for the signs and You Are Here boards the Town Centre needs. September 2014 we are waiting for approval from Rother DC's Bexhill Town Centre Steering Group.


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