History and updates on the repair of Shelter No.3. Find out how you can get involved in the project.
Ceremony On Friday, 26th July 2019, the official unveiling of a heritage interpretive board, commissioned by Bexhill Heritage took place. It marked the completion of works undertaken by 36 Corps […]
(Herbert Gustavus) Max Faulkner was born at 36 Havelock Road, Bexhill on 29th July 1916, the son of a professional golfer, he was a very talented sportsman and went on […]
The Localism Act of 2011 gives communities the right to ask the council to list certain assets as being of value to the community. This list is known as a […]
Bexhill Heritage has been liaising with Rother District Council (RDC) providing condition reports gratis (the most recent being an updated professional condition report by our Chartered Surveyor in December 2018), […]
Thanks to the generosity of our Planning Officer David Beales, a new plaque has been added to the West Station Clock casing. It goes alongside all the past clock-winders who […]