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On 24 Apr 2005 at 7:07pm Julia wrote:
We are thinking of moving to Lewes and would like to know:
Which are the best nursery schools and primary schools?
Also, which is the nicest area to live in?
On 25 Apr 2005 at 6:29am cbs member wrote:
Here we go again, heard it all before!!!!!!!!
On 25 Apr 2005 at 7:13am Julia wrote:
How interesting. We are from the Midlands, have an offer of work in the area, and very small children to consider. Is there a xenophobic aspect to this forum? If so, I'm sorry to have intruded with my unwelcome questions and wish you all the very best ...
On 25 Apr 2005 at 8:21am me wrote:
Don't know about nursery but as far as primary schools go malling, wallands, southover are not bad. Depends on which part of town you intend to live. Pretty much all of lewes is a nice place to live. Again depends on your budget/aims. IE do you have 2 cars, do you need to be near the bus routes etc...
On 25 Apr 2005 at 8:43am chav wrote:
Xenophobic? Is that a musical instrument?
On 25 Apr 2005 at 10:00am Julia wrote:
Sorry, I was feeling tired and paranoia set in. Am very grateful for all advice.
On 25 Apr 2005 at 12:59pm Janet Street Preacher wrote:
If you can afford it, you should send your kids to Lewes New School, primary education as it should be, kids get to learn to enjoy learning and exploring rather than just being force fed information to get them through SATS to make up the figures.
On 25 Apr 2005 at 2:04pm The Reverend wrote:
if you want to send your children to a roman catholic school then st pancras. southover school is a c of e. if you can, avoid pells.
On 26 Apr 2005 at 1:35pm I-dont-live-in-lewes-anymore wrote:
AVOID LEWES... The housing is VERY over priced, it floods, is over crowded and there's nowhere to park unless you pay a Kings Ransom.
Worse still... There's a jolly little green grocers at the foot of Cliffe Bridge who puts cheap table and chairs in the road so that posers can sip tea and simultaneously get run over.
SEAFORD has MUCH better housing, parking and people.
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"SEAFORD" - I like the sound of the word.
It means people can live free, talk free, go or come, buy or sell, be drunk or sober, however they choose.
Some words give you a feeling. Seaford is one of those words that makes me tight in the throat - the same tightness a man gets when his baby takes her first step or his son shaves or makes his first sound like a man.
Some words can give you a feeling that makes your heart warm.
Seaford is one of those words.
On 26 Apr 2005 at 2:35pm chav wrote:
Blimey Phil, has your nurse left her computer on and popped out again?
On 26 Apr 2005 at 3:50pm Smiler wrote:
Avoid Seaford unless you are over 90
On 26 Apr 2005 at 9:31pm The Reverend wrote:
yeah seaford is naff and is more suited for incontinent old people. and please drop the bills grocer thing. just because he is more successful than you!
On 27 Apr 2005 at 7:47am The Tooth Fairy wrote:
Nothing to do with success, all to do with him thinking he owns the bloody road.
On 27 Apr 2005 at 8:58am Smiler wrote:
i think you`ll find he does own most of the cliff
On 27 Apr 2005 at 6:38pm The Super K wrote:
Seaford is for people who can't afford Lewes, in other words Gippos!
On 3 May 2005 at 6:02am I-dont-live-in-lewes-anymore wrote:
Seaford... My kinda town... where you can live free... park free...
Howz the Ol' parking in Lewes now-a-days?
Not so good from what I've read in the local paper!
REVEREND... NOPE! I won't stop harping on about Bills. If a resident left their car where he leaves his tables/chairs it would be towed away.
Also if all traders exceeded the boundaries of their propereties like he does Lewes would look even more like a Penny Bazaar.
On 3 May 2005 at 10:07am chav wrote:
Hey Phil, the reason there is so much space and free parking in Seaford is because nobody wants to live or go there.(except those waiting for god of course)
On 4 May 2005 at 5:09pm SallyM wrote:
It's all pretty nice in Lewes. We moved to the Pells area last year and really love it - close to the town. The New School in the Pells very good nursery - although it is an independent school for primary.
On 23 Jul 2005 at 3:57pm JACK CARTER wrote:
Are you a Chavette?
If no, then no no no no no. No!
There aren`t really ANY non-nice areas in Lewes.
The schools you want are by the De Montford Estate.
On 23 Jul 2005 at 4:06pm JACK CARTER wrote:
From the Midlands.
I take it you still haven`t read the `Changes In Lewes In The Last 15 Years.`
You have a Job allocated aswell as a house?????
On 27 Sep 2006 at 5:27pm george wrote:
If you want to find good schools in Lewes, I reccommend:
nursery=Early Years

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