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Late night shopping road closure

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On Thu 7 Dec at 9:01pm daydreamer wrote:
I donít know who else decided not to attending due to not having a road closure but I decided not to attend. It looks shocking that the council wonít support local traders by not going ahead with them. Does any one know why was the bonfire societies not asked to help ? Poor show from the council and I wonder where the £1000 got spent for the road closure on Remembrance Sunday ?
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On Thu 7 Dec at 9:39pm gregory wrote:
Did attend because wanted to support my local shops but not the same as usual, what a shame LDC should be disgusted with themselves. And as far as the lighting in the town the same goes!.
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On Thu 7 Dec at 9:46pm Andy wrote:
Don't go to late night shopping no decent shops in Lewes to shop in and the Christmas lights are absolutely shocking for a country town of East sussex
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On Thu 7 Dec at 10:03pm Bert wrote:
Just how many times a year is the high street actually closed? Too many I say for 2016/17
It was pandemonium this afternoon with gridlock, while a pantechnicon unloaded outside the courts, to Ask, then kindly moved after half an hour to Cheese Please for a second round.
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On Thu 7 Dec at 10:09pm Shop Keeper wrote:
daydreamer wrote: "shocking that the council wonít support local traders", so he decided not to attend and support local traders?
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On Thu 7 Dec at 10:09pm Billy Bull wrote:
Nothing to do with councils. It's the Chamber of Commerce. Traders, shoppers and residents all very unhappy with them and rightly so.
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On Thu 7 Dec at 10:23pm Tortie wrote:
Yeah, family out tonight but disapointed, not the same buzz as previous times. Shame.
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On Thu 7 Dec at 11:12pm Shop Keeper wrote:
Shame, shame on you Chamber of Commerce, you know who you are. I am very disappointed by tonights event, dismal evening, zero effort made by the chamber of commerce, which charity were we trying to raise money for??? Nice to see so many shops open and a big thank you to all the people who came out to support this event tonight. Lets hope next year will be better but to be honest it can't get much worse.
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On Thu 7 Dec at 11:17pm daydreamer wrote:
Iím pointing out the fact itís become an unfriendly family event. For a little money spent on road closures ! I do regularly support the local businesses, but Iím pointing out the fact not closing the road stops people exploring !
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On Fri 8 Dec at 5:31am Sid wrote:
May be the chamer of commerce needs a change at the top
New leadership . Lewes let down again
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On Fri 8 Dec at 7:07am Why wrote:
Let the CoC make a statement as to why they were not active in obtaining road closure.
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On Fri 8 Dec at 7:39am Sid wrote:
Well all you will get is a lot of bullsh#t . Nice little piss up club . Need a bloody good sorting out
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On Fri 8 Dec at 8:10am Billy Bull wrote:
As well as writing on here make sure you email the Chamber of Commerce and tell them what you think. Complaints on here will be ignored, an email to them will be recorded.
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On Fri 8 Dec at 8:44am Mavis wrote:
One wonders how many local independents actually pay anything to The Chamber of Commerce ? I don't think it's a free club ? Personally, I don't actually know if it's value for money anyway. Maybe someone else knows the other benefits of joining ?
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On Fri 8 Dec at 11:00am Shop worker wrote:
The Chamber of Commerce did release a statement - they said that the roads weren't going to be shut to allow access to all areas of the town. What a load of crap. Last year was brilliant at the top of town and something that could have been built on for this year. The lack of road closures has really been a kick in the teeth for the high street traders. It's hard enough without the support from the chamber of commerce. I know that one or two of the Bonfire Societies would have been happy to man the closures again so who knows what they are up to?! As for the lights..... We were quoted nearly £90 for those white icicle lights to be fitted to our shop (from ldc and the chamber). The lights themselves only cost £15 (waterproof ones) so does it really cost £75 per shop to fit them?
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On Fri 8 Dec at 12:03pm Lewes resident wrote:
Put something negative about Lewes Chamer of Commerce on Twitter - that might prompt a response. Works with big companies. No one likes bad publicity.
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On Fri 8 Dec at 12:50pm Sid wrote:
So who is head of this c .c click
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On Fri 8 Dec at 1:05pm CoC up wrote:
There's a list of people in charge on their website

Check it out here »
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On Fri 8 Dec at 8:35pm Mavis wrote:
So just one small High Street cheese shop owner on the committee !! I rest my case your honour.
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On Fri 8 Dec at 10:56pm Breakfast at Bills wrote:
Claire Crouch and her useless bunch of aelf serving WANNABE's strike/limply fail again
Cahhots & sham , fake it till you either make it or break it.
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On Sat 9 Dec at 11:38am Cahots et croissants wrote:
Are you French - or another bloody Lewes illiterate ? In cahoots with a couple of brain cells ? Kind regards


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