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From the Sussex Express, 11th December 1914



With reference to the proposed diversion of a footpath across Comps Farm, Beddingham, to which the consent of Beddingham Parish Council had already been given, Mr Thomas Pickard (the agent) wrote that he did not think it worthwhile going to the expense of applying to Quarter Sessions, and all that was necessary was for the District Council to say that they raised no objection to the proposed diversion.

On the motion of Mr KILLICK, seconded by Mr WALLIS, it was agreed not to offer any objection to the diversion of the footpath.

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