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On 4 Dec 2015 at 6:41am Billy 2 Bob wrote:
County town of Sussex and we dumb down on the first opportunity to get spending! Is this what it's all about? Show some class shopkeepers if you are going to have a night make it nearer the 25th
Be Easter eggs next week!
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On 4 Dec 2015 at 7:55am Convenient wrote:
@Billy 2 Bob it's the council who decide what night it is and arrange the "attractions" not the shopkeepers themselves . From past experience it's not worth opening later as there is very little actual spending going on .
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On 4 Dec 2015 at 9:30am Oldbutintouch wrote:
Lewes Late Night Shopping Evening is organised by the chamber of commerce - a small, hard working group of volunteers. For over 30 years it has always been the first Thursday in December.
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On 4 Dec 2015 at 9:52am Fairmeadow wrote:
And there was a great atmosphere last night, at least down in the Cliffe where I was. Lots of kids out having a good time with their parents. Well done all those who helped make it so. And the mulled wine at 1.50 per large cup was excellent! I hope there was a good outcome for this year's charity, the excellent Bevern Trust.
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On 4 Dec 2015 at 1:12pm Belladonna wrote:
Seriously ? It's a nice little event for the under 12s. For anyone else it's just more of the same bonkers consumerism.
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On 4 Dec 2015 at 3:21pm Hipster wrote:
Just another excuse to close the streets of Lewes AGAIN !
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On 4 Dec 2015 at 6:32pm xplorer1 wrote:
The Dismalewes forum at its finest again...


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