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Hands up who lives in Lewes...

On 16 Oct 2004 at 6:20pm The Webmaster wrote:
I'd be very interested in how many of you actually live in Lewes
On 16 Oct 2004 at 6:52pm The Reverend wrote:
my home is in lewes but term time i live in plymouth for uni
On 16 Oct 2004 at 7:06pm Smiler wrote:
I do
On 16 Oct 2004 at 8:43pm The Tooth Fairy wrote:
I live at the bottom of the garden, I thought everybody knew that.
On 16 Oct 2004 at 8:48pm Avidfan wrote:
I don't but I once went to Lewes on a school trip in 1976. I'll never forget the Royal Pavillion and the pier. Is the waxworks still open?
On 17 Oct 2004 at 9:53am me wrote:
Born and bred me!
On 17 Oct 2004 at 10:13am sleeping lion wrote:
malling estate for me,sometimes work takes me out of town.
On 17 Oct 2004 at 11:54am More Tea Vicar? wrote:
Born and bred in the Pells area of Lewes but
sadly, what with the floods(and current lack of flood defenses), parking problems(lack of parking) and spiraling cost of overvalued housing I sold up a few weeks ago and moved to the seaside.
Still not too sure if I was forced out or left of my own accord.
On 17 Oct 2004 at 3:56pm Janet Street Preacher wrote:
I moved here 11 years ago and seem to have at last been accepted by the locals, only last week I was invited into one of their homes and introduced to the livestock!
On 18 Oct 2004 at 10:21am More Tea Vicar? wrote:
Only 11 years... still a bit of a newbee then J.S.P.
I still visit Lewes... can't stop of course but nonetheless it's a great town plus I know a lot of nice local people.
Still think it's been badly ballsed up though.
Too many people in cosy jobs methinks.
Bet the parking on Nov 5th will be something to behold!
On 18 Oct 2004 at 2:02pm beatpod9 wrote:
Have been resident on and off for years...
On 18 Oct 2004 at 3:08pm More Tea Vicar? wrote:
Sounds like your an occasional resident at Her Most Royal Majesties Hotel.
Quick Question...What's the porridge like?
On 18 Oct 2004 at 11:03pm The Tooth Fairy wrote:
11 years! I'd never introduce my livestock to a tourist.
On 19 Oct 2004 at 4:21pm Raziel wrote:
I've resided (cor, ain't he grand?)in Lewes since 1990. Before then it was Tooting, south-west London.
On 23 Oct 2004 at 3:29pm Buffalo Bill wrote:
Well vicar, I expect the 'spiraling cost of overvalued housing' enabled you to make a tidy profit and leg it to Newhaven. So if it's sympathy you're after, forget it. How are you finding the pubs down there? On my last visit to one even the rats were wearing overals.
On 24 Oct 2004 at 6:48pm Mystic mog wrote:
I live in Cliffe. Does this count!!
On 2 Nov 2004 at 3:08pm ITSALLACON wrote:
I live in Lewes
On 2 Nov 2004 at 4:55pm Ron Coleman wrote:
Wow! How interesting.
On 6 Nov 2004 at 5:34pm flame wrote:
lived in lewes 18 years then move to sea side. Would love to move back but house prices are too steep for me.
On 6 Nov 2004 at 7:20pm Hugh Cock wrote:
Bad luck,sucker. Newhaven wont allways be a hell hole.
On 6 Nov 2004 at 7:45pm Bill Tuparea wrote:
Oh yes it will Hugh
On 8 Nov 2004 at 8:47pm flame wrote:
it is getting better me thinks but there will always be the same tw**s in every town. I rember that lewes has its far share just people think that they are better than everyone else. But dont worry the incinerator that they are going to build here will blow all the fumes to your nice town.
On 10 Nov 2004 at 8:57pm Hood wrote:
I live in Lewes but don't use this forum. Does this count!!
On 10 Nov 2004 at 9:48pm Rob Leelderly wrote:
I had a pint in the Swan once. Does that count?

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