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Combe Haven Update: The real Decoy?

The Decoy Pond Camp against the Bexhill bypass now stands alone.  Bailiffs finished evicting the main camp on Thursday, felled all the trees and destroyed the tunnel. True to their word (for once) they stayed at home on Friday because of the forecast snow, which left the hardy protestors waiting in the snow until at least Monday. The eviction may be delayed longer if snow remains. Campaigners are encouraging people to come down to the camp near Crowhurst to help improve defences over the weekend and to greet bailiffs early on Monday. A free bus is going there from Brighton this Sunday (20th). If planning to stay you should bring plenty of warm clothes and a tent if you can. The groundrules agreed at the main camp apply here too, which basically means be safe, sober, non violent and, of course, not oppressive to others.


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