LiveEastbourne Pier fire: Read how the story developed

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Summary

  • East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service were alerted at 15.13 to the fire
  • At the height of the blaze 80 firefighters are at the scene
  • RNLI crews from Eastbourne, Newhaven and Hastings also aided the fire service
  • The blaze believed to have started in wall panelling
  • Sussex Police say no-one was trapped by the fire when it broke out
  • The fire is not believed to be suspicious at this time
  • At 19:47 the fire service said the fire is now being brought under control
  • At 20:39 fire investigators arrived at the Eastbourne landmark

9:24pm

That's it for tonight. We'll be back in the morning with more reaction to the fire. 

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A statement from East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service say fire investigators are now on site. Firefighters remain at the scene of the Eastbourne Pier fire.

The statement says:

"At the height of the incident, 80 firefighters were at the scene.

"A water bowser was used to relay water and an aerial platform was used as a water tower to tackle the fire.

"Firefighters also worked off lifeboats, aiming water at the fire from the sea. Ground monitors were put in place to provide unmanned large firefighting jets of water.

"Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus went onto the Pier and underneath the Pier to prevent the spread of the fire. Light portable pumps were used to pump sea water onto the fire.

"The Maritime team from Newhaven who worked with lifeboats and Coastguard teams.

"Fire investigators are now on site."

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Footage taken of the fire from when the blaze begun.

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East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service say: 

"A serious fire at Eastbourne Pier is now being brought under control.

"Crews remain at the scene. They have made entry to the end of the Pier and continue to tackle the incident.

"Around 60 firefighters are at the Pier and are expected to remain there for some time."

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The Argus:

Alex Askaroff sent us this picture of the pier on fire 5.45pm.

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Sue Byson of Eastbourne said: "What am absolute shame.

"The smoke when it first started was terrible and the wind hasn't been helping.

"The police told us the seafront road would be closed all night probably. The people who have parked can't get to their cars. They are being sent away."

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The Argus:

Picture from Argus reporter Ben Leo

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Tom Foley, who works at the Queens Hotel opposite the pier, said a fresh load of holiday makers were due to arrive in the town this afternoon.

He said:  "It's not the welcome they would have wanted."

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Lifeboat crew have confirmed that within the last 30 minutes the fire’s progress along the pier has been halted about halfway along.

Off-duty lifeboat coxswain Mark Sawyer said: “About 30 minutes ago the fire was brought under control.

“Fire brigade personnel on an Eastbourne lifeboat were able to stop it spreading and firefighters are now on the seaward side damping down.

“It has been stopped as it slopes down on to the second part of the pier.

“The whole of the arcade room, the blue room has been destroyed.”

6:46pm

A statement from East Sussex Fire and Rescue service:

"The operation to tackle a serious fire at Eastbourne Pier is continuing.

"As of 18.30, 80 firefighters are at the scene and it is expected they will be there for several hours.

"Firefighters are using lifeboats to help tackle the fire from the sea and an aerial platform is being used as a water tower to prevent the fire from spreading on the shore side.

"Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus have been on the Pier and access has been gained from the end of the Pier as efforts continue to stop the fire spreading further along the structure.

"We are working with other emergency services and agencies including Sussex Police, the Coastguard, the RNLI and South East Coast Ambulance.

"Sussex Police are advising members of the public to avoid the area."

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Bob Mulvey, 60, of Eastbourne, said:

"It's really upsetting. The heritage of our town is going up in smoke. Our boys have grown up with the pier and we did too. It's a sad day for Eastbourne."

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Argus photographer Simon Dack says:

"The smoke is dying down and it’s just white smoke now. The smoke is getting paler and the fire is not a big."

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The Argus:

Picture from Argus photographer Simon Dack from Beachy Head

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Eye witness from the scene Spencer Mold said: “It seems the fire is working its way back along the pier now.

“The firemen are really working out of their skins trying to keep it under control and what they can save of the pier.

“The smoke is clearing from the arcade and it is just a skeleton.

“There are still flames coming from its floor.”

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A Dover Coastguard spokesman said RNLI lifeboats had been sent from Eastbourne, Newhaven and Hastings and three coastguard support teams were sent from Eastbourne, Bexhill and Birling Gap.


He said:  “We are there to provide support and to help recover anyone who may have fallen into the sea. However there have been no reports of anyone jumping in or needing any help.”

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Sussex Police say the pier was safely and quickly evacuated and there was no-one trapped by the fire when it broke out. The fire is not believed to be suspicious at this time.
 

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Sussex Police say a one way system is being put in place in the area around Eastbourne Pier to assist firefighting vehicles attending the major fire that has broken out on the historic structure.

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The Argus:

Picture from Argus photographer Sam Stephenson

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The Argus:

Picture by Andrew Hale

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A statement from East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service says: 
 
"Around 60 firefighters are at the scene, after being called at 15.13 on 30 July 2014. 

"They are attacking the fire from the coastal side of the building, from the beach and from underneath the Pier.
  
"Reasonable progress is being made considering there are high winds.

"We are being assisted by the Coastguard, the RNLI and Sussex Police. South East Coast Ambulance are also in attendance.

"We are not aware of any injuries or casualties."

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Argus photographer Simon Dack is on Beachy Head: 

"Plume of black feet going, I reckon about 1,000 feet into the sky. It’s taller than the tower blocks on the seafront.

"It’s longer then the pier going up into the sky.

"The town is bathed in beautiful sunshine and the smoke seems to be blowing out to sea and towards Kent and is not blowing back over the town, which is good. There’s a lot of people parking up here and having a look.

"You can’t see any flames now, just this massive plume of black and white smoke billowing into the sky.”

 

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A statement from the RNLI said volunteer crews are helping firefighters tackle a blaze at Eastbourne pier this afternoon.

"Lifeboats from Eastbourne, Hastings and Newhaven have been committed by the RNLI to assist firefighters in any way possible, including taking them afloat to help tackle the blaze.

"Eastbourne’s inshore lifeboat the Laurence and Percy Hobbs was launched at 4pm, followed by the charity’s all-weather lifeboat Diamond Jubilee at 4.15pm. Crews from Hastings lifeboat station and Newhaven followed. "

5:22pm


Carolyn Heaps, Lead Cabinet Member for Tourism and Leisure at Eastbourne Borough Council, said: “Our first concern is for the safety of all those who work on the pier and those who were visiting the pier today.  

“It is tragic to see this much loved Victorian landmark on fire.

“The council is supporting the emergency services as they tackle the fire and in keeping the area around the pier safe.

“We will be liaising with the owners of the pier, Cuerden Leisure.”

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Stephen Lloyd, MP for Eastbourne, said:

“I was working in my office which is only a couple of 100 yards away from the pier when someone stuck their head around the door and told me our pier was on fire.

“This was about 3.30pm I immediately rushed over and at the time I could see only a limited amount of flames coming from the top of the amusement arcade’s roof. However within 15 minutes the entire roof was covered in flame and obviously the material must have been ver flammable.

“The firefighters and police were immediately on the scene and doing all they could to manage what was turning into a dreadful disaster.

“I spoke quickly to the Chief Inspector who confirmed their latest information that no one had been hurt but obviously that was fairly fluid.

“My earnest hope, which I know is shared by the whole of Eastbourne, is that the fire can be contained to one section of the pier and we do not suffer the dreadful result that happened in Brighton and Hastings where they lost the whole super structure.”  

5:08pm

Mark McFadden, Eastbourne Chamber of Commerce, said:

“There is not a lot you can say really, hopefully the damage will be contained to the arcade building and the remaining buildings will survive.

“Obviously this is not what the town needs and although the pier is a very iconic part of Eastbourne there is more to the town than just the pier.

“It is early days but the fire looks very devastating and we saw what happened to Hastings’ Pier and Brighton’s West Pier.”

“Hopefully the damage can be repaired and the pier can be restored.” 

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Eastbourne District General Hospital accident and emergency department is aware of the fire but are not expecting any casualties as the pier has been safely evacuated.

5:00pm

More eyewitness account from Ant Miller.
He said: “The front of the pier is now absolutely wrapped in flames, the roof went up.

“There are really hot, violent orange flames.

“You can see the ribs and the skeleton of the building and you can see that it is starting to sag.

“You can see smoke coming up from the boards underneath.

“The firefighters were here really quickly but I think they have decided its just too dangerous and they have moved back.

"You certainly can’t blame them for that, the heat must have been incredible.

“There are a lot of fire engines around which is having a bad impact on traffic with everything being diverted away.”

 

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David Tutt, leader of the Eastbourne Borough Council, said:

“My first concern is with any people on the pier and I am pleased to say I have not heard of any injuries and that was very much my first concern.

“In terms of the fire itself early reports suggest it was an electrical fire but that will take time to confirm.

“It is tragic to see this sort of fire at one of our Victorian landmarks and we are liasing with the emergency services and will be meeting the owners of the pier in due course.

“As a matter of fact I was on the pier with the owners this time yesterday discussing the summer season. 

“It is a landmark and very much part of the seascape and we want to see it back in action.” 

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The Argus:

Laura Muresan's pictures of the crowd watching the fire.

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The Argus:

Laura Muresan sent us this picture.

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East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service say: 

"Around 60 firefighters are now in attendance and tackling the fire. 

"They were called out at 15.13 on 30 July 2014. 

"A two storey building on the Pier measuring around 30 metres by 50 metres was well alight. The building is about 50 metres from the shoreline.

"A large plume of smoke can be seen above Eastbourne.

"Sussex Police and the Coastguard are also in attendance."
 

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Paul Metcalfe, lifeboat operations manager at Eastbourne RNLI station, said:

“Eastbourne all weather lifeboat launched at 4.10pm and the inshore lifeboat also launched at 4pm.

"I also understand Hastings lifeboat has launched and the pier is on fire and that it is quite a bad fire.

“With the way the wind is blowing its obviously been fanning the flames.

“We are just standing by waiting for fire brigade personnel to arrive at the station. The firefighter will being getting aboard the lifeboat to assess the situation.

“Also we have a drop in tide here which does not help our access to the pier.

“We are on the scene to also help anyone trapped on the pier.”

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Ant Milller, 42 from Eastbourne, is watching on from the beach.

He said: “There’s a really ghoulish fascination in watching it, it’s really spectacular.

“It is a real landmark and it is a real shame, it looks like it’s going to be out of commission for a long time.

“It is a real shame that one of the key attractions of Eastbourne has been devastated.”

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Ant Milller, 42 from Eastbourne, is watching on from the beach.

He said: “The fire has completely taken hold now, the amusement hall at the front of the pier is completely ablaze.

“The fire brigade seem to have pulled back a little and the inshore and offshore lifeboat are both in attendance.

“Bright orange and yellow flames are bursting through the roof.

“The wind is quite strong, it is fanning the flames but blowing them offshore and there’s a column of smoke going way out to sea.

“The structure of the roof has started to collapse in.

“You can feel the heat of the fire from here but I don’t think we are in any danger.”

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A spokesman for Hastings Lifeboat said they are in attendance along with the Eastbourne lifeboat in order to rescue anyone trapped on the end of the pier.

He added with Eastbourne Lifeboat they have the capacity to carry 180 people to safety.

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In a statement, East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service said:

"We can confirm crews are attending an incident on Eastbourne Pier.

"We were alerted at 15.13 on 30 July 2014 to reports of a small fire - believed to be in wall panelling - in a part of the Pier housing arcade games.

"Due to the nature of the building involved, a number of crews have been sent to the scene, including those from Eastbourne, Uckfield, Pevensey and Hailsham.

"There are no report of injuries. The incident is ongoing."

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Eddie Buckland, a retired lifeboat man from Eastbourne, said: “There is a severe fire on the pier and they now have both Hastings and Eastbourne lifeboats launching to go to the scene.”

He added they lifeboats are checking the waters around the pier to rescue anyone who may have jumped. 

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Ellie Williams who works at the Pier Hotel directly opposite said: “It is really smoking a good-un.

“There is a hug plume of smoke coming from the top where the amusements are and you can hardly see the rest of the pier.” 

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A fire has been reported at Eastbourne Pier.

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4:32pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Youlikemyjugs says...

It was never much cop, anyway.

Good riddance!
It was never much cop, anyway. Good riddance! Youlikemyjugs
  • Score: -67

4:41pm Wed 30 Jul 14

rogerthefish says...

Never let dogs on so I did not spend my money...shame, I wonder if a little speed boat was seen dashing away!
Never let dogs on so I did not spend my money...shame, I wonder if a little speed boat was seen dashing away! rogerthefish
  • Score: -24

4:41pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Mr Popkins Doughnuts says...

Hopefully the fire brigade will pit up a NOblE effort to put the fire out.
Hopefully the fire brigade will pit up a NOblE effort to put the fire out. Mr Popkins Doughnuts
  • Score: 7

4:43pm Wed 30 Jul 14

sussexram40 says...

Disasterville.
And in the middle of the summer season!
Disasterville. And in the middle of the summer season! sussexram40
  • Score: 8

4:45pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Andy R says...

Another mysterious fire on a Sussex pier. Just sayin'.........
Another mysterious fire on a Sussex pier. Just sayin'......... Andy R
  • Score: 18

5:00pm Wed 30 Jul 14

MikeTheKnight says...

You heard it here first, Eastbourne i360 to be built where the pier once stood.

I hope I'm wrong and they rebuild the pier
You heard it here first, Eastbourne i360 to be built where the pier once stood. I hope I'm wrong and they rebuild the pier MikeTheKnight
  • Score: 10

5:05pm Wed 30 Jul 14

rolivan says...

Eastbourne looks like a contender for an i360 just saying.
Eastbourne looks like a contender for an i360 just saying. rolivan
  • Score: -2

5:12pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Goldenwight says...

Andy R wrote:
Another mysterious fire on a Sussex pier. Just sayin'.........
Ladbrokes are offering 5/4 on Worthing Pier being next to go.
[quote][p][bold]Andy R[/bold] wrote: Another mysterious fire on a Sussex pier. Just sayin'.........[/p][/quote]Ladbrokes are offering 5/4 on Worthing Pier being next to go. Goldenwight
  • Score: 1

5:12pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Goldenwight says...

Andy R wrote:
Another mysterious fire on a Sussex pier. Just sayin'.........
Ladbrokes are offering 5/4 on Worthing Pier being next to go.
[quote][p][bold]Andy R[/bold] wrote: Another mysterious fire on a Sussex pier. Just sayin'.........[/p][/quote]Ladbrokes are offering 5/4 on Worthing Pier being next to go. Goldenwight
  • Score: -5

5:16pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Zeta Function says...

How long did it take for the fire service to 'assess' the situation?

It is now 5.20pm. They've allowed the fire to worsen. Pathetic. With that sea water too.
How long did it take for the fire service to 'assess' the situation? It is now 5.20pm. They've allowed the fire to worsen. Pathetic. With that sea water too. Zeta Function
  • Score: -16

5:21pm Wed 30 Jul 14

NathanAdler says...

I used to go on it when I was a nipper. Shame really. At least it looks like nobody was hurt.
I used to go on it when I was a nipper. Shame really. At least it looks like nobody was hurt. NathanAdler
  • Score: 4

5:27pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Brightonlad86 says...

Zeta Function wrote:
How long did it take for the fire service to 'assess' the situation?

It is now 5.20pm. They've allowed the fire to worsen. Pathetic. With that sea water too.
As soon as a fire reaches a certain temperature, it doesn't matter how much water you dump on it, it will evaporate before it takes any effect! And with all that timber there to be burned, I'd imagine it spread pretty quickly!

Nothing annoys me more when people that put their lives on the line to save others are criticised.

It appears nobody has been injured! That for me says the fire brigade and every one concerned have done a fantastic job! Buildings can be replaced! Lives cannot!
[quote][p][bold]Zeta Function[/bold] wrote: How long did it take for the fire service to 'assess' the situation? It is now 5.20pm. They've allowed the fire to worsen. Pathetic. With that sea water too.[/p][/quote]As soon as a fire reaches a certain temperature, it doesn't matter how much water you dump on it, it will evaporate before it takes any effect! And with all that timber there to be burned, I'd imagine it spread pretty quickly! Nothing annoys me more when people that put their lives on the line to save others are criticised. It appears nobody has been injured! That for me says the fire brigade and every one concerned have done a fantastic job! Buildings can be replaced! Lives cannot! Brightonlad86
  • Score: 19

5:28pm Wed 30 Jul 14

ICantThinkOfAName says...

Zeta Function wrote:
How long did it take for the fire service to 'assess' the situation?

It is now 5.20pm. They've allowed the fire to worsen. Pathetic. With that sea water too.
I take it you are dashing there to take command of the siuation.
[quote][p][bold]Zeta Function[/bold] wrote: How long did it take for the fire service to 'assess' the situation? It is now 5.20pm. They've allowed the fire to worsen. Pathetic. With that sea water too.[/p][/quote]I take it you are dashing there to take command of the siuation. ICantThinkOfAName
  • Score: 11

5:49pm Wed 30 Jul 14

sussexram40 says...

That first bit was the main amusement arcade - full of slot machines and penny falls and those machines where you put 50p in and have to control a claw to try and pick up a cuddly toy.
I always found it too noisy in there.
That first bit was the main amusement arcade - full of slot machines and penny falls and those machines where you put 50p in and have to control a claw to try and pick up a cuddly toy. I always found it too noisy in there. sussexram40
  • Score: -2

6:11pm Wed 30 Jul 14

rolivan says...

MikeTheKnight wrote:
You heard it here first, Eastbourne i360 to be built where the pier once stood.

I hope I'm wrong and they rebuild the pier
Sorry Mike must have been writing whilst you were posting.
[quote][p][bold]MikeTheKnight[/bold] wrote: You heard it here first, Eastbourne i360 to be built where the pier once stood. I hope I'm wrong and they rebuild the pier[/p][/quote]Sorry Mike must have been writing whilst you were posting. rolivan
  • Score: 0

6:21pm Wed 30 Jul 14

monkeymoo says...

Zeta Function wrote:
How long did it take for the fire service to 'assess' the situation?

It is now 5.20pm. They've allowed the fire to worsen. Pathetic. With that sea water too.
Please enlighten us as to how YOU would **** the situation?

I take it you have many years of vast experience in dealing with fires!
[quote][p][bold]Zeta Function[/bold] wrote: How long did it take for the fire service to 'assess' the situation? It is now 5.20pm. They've allowed the fire to worsen. Pathetic. With that sea water too.[/p][/quote]Please enlighten us as to how YOU would **** the situation? I take it you have many years of vast experience in dealing with fires! monkeymoo
  • Score: 2

6:45pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Lissy13 says...

Have been to the pier many times with my children, it's just so sad to see it end up like this. Another iconic building gone :(
Have been to the pier many times with my children, it's just so sad to see it end up like this. Another iconic building gone :( Lissy13
  • Score: 2

7:27pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Quiterie says...

Mr Popkins Doughnuts wrote:
Hopefully the fire brigade will pit up a NOblE effort to put the fire out.
Indeed. I hope those noble firemen, receive the noble prize for their noble efforts and that noble ever rings in their fire station again!
[quote][p][bold]Mr Popkins Doughnuts[/bold] wrote: Hopefully the fire brigade will pit up a NOblE effort to put the fire out.[/p][/quote]Indeed. I hope those noble firemen, receive the noble prize for their noble efforts and that noble ever rings in their fire station again! Quiterie
  • Score: 0

7:38pm Wed 30 Jul 14

MarkG81 says...

Its just a building that can be rebuilt, thank god nobody was hurt or killed!!!!!
Its just a building that can be rebuilt, thank god nobody was hurt or killed!!!!! MarkG81
  • Score: 3

7:55pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Jagmanmc says...

Perhaps a sprinkler system would have helped minimise the damage.
With a mostly wooden structure I would have thought this would have been an insurance condition?

Hindsight is a wonderful thing though - lets hope it can be rebuilt to its former glory.
At least there appears to be no casualties.
Perhaps a sprinkler system would have helped minimise the damage. With a mostly wooden structure I would have thought this would have been an insurance condition? Hindsight is a wonderful thing though - lets hope it can be rebuilt to its former glory. At least there appears to be no casualties. Jagmanmc
  • Score: 3

7:58pm Wed 30 Jul 14

snot chops says...

I blame the greens*



*disclaimer for legal reasons, I do not actually blame the greens. I blame the tories
I blame the greens* *disclaimer for legal reasons, I do not actually blame the greens. I blame the tories snot chops
  • Score: -2

8:11pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Hove Actually says...

Just don't let the West Pier Trust anywhere near this otherwise you will end up with the same as we now have.....
A wreck blighting the shoreline and shallow water as well as £36,000,000 of debt with no commercial plan to pay it back other than the local taxpayer as a backstop
Just don't let the West Pier Trust anywhere near this otherwise you will end up with the same as we now have..... A wreck blighting the shoreline and shallow water as well as £36,000,000 of debt with no commercial plan to pay it back other than the local taxpayer as a backstop Hove Actually
  • Score: 3

8:16pm Wed 30 Jul 14

hovebat says...

Same old posters making a dig at a certain company that owns another Sussex Pier....very sad. Don't forget said company turned down the opportunity to buy Eastbourne Pier and would like to sell the Pier they already own. Plus said company have installed a fire supression system in the large arcade and restaurant to prevent this happening on their Pier, (lets hope it never has to be used)

Glad to hear no one was injured and hope the Pier can be restored to it's former glory, (steel work underneath does look like it wasn't damaged to badly). Eastbourne needs it's Pier.
Same old posters making a dig at a certain company that owns another Sussex Pier....very sad. Don't forget said company turned down the opportunity to buy Eastbourne Pier and would like to sell the Pier they already own. Plus said company have installed a fire supression system in the large arcade and restaurant to prevent this happening on their Pier, (lets hope it never has to be used) Glad to hear no one was injured and hope the Pier can be restored to it's former glory, (steel work underneath does look like it wasn't damaged to badly). Eastbourne needs it's Pier. hovebat
  • Score: -1

12:46am Thu 31 Jul 14

pumpkineater23 says...

Youlikemyjugs wrote:
It was never much cop, anyway.

Good riddance!
Trolling Argus threads.. doesn't get much sadder than that. You need to up your game.
[quote][p][bold]Youlikemyjugs[/bold] wrote: It was never much cop, anyway. Good riddance![/p][/quote]Trolling Argus threads.. doesn't get much sadder than that. You need to up your game. pumpkineater23
  • Score: 2

8:50am Thu 31 Jul 14

davyboy61 says...

I see the sad pathetic comments from Youlikemyjugs are about. You really are SAD and need urgent help you fool. Must of been Dropped on you`r head when you were young. If you don`t like these beautiful old piers,then Don`t visit them.
I see the sad pathetic comments from Youlikemyjugs are about. You really are SAD and need urgent help you fool. Must of been Dropped on you`r head when you were young. If you don`t like these beautiful old piers,then Don`t visit them. davyboy61
  • Score: 2

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