Sunday, June 28, 2009


The Lewes Arms dispute continues to get media attention and today it made the Washington Post (reprinted in the Dallas Morning News), in an article by freelancer Matthew Hampton entitled 'Revolutionary Road: Thomas Paine's Path to American Activism Began in a Free-Spirited British Town'.

They've dubbed the dispute 'Harveysgate'.

Picture shows some of the new signage. Fullers have done a great job in repairing the fabric of the building, which had been sadly neglected under the previous regime. The workmanship is first-rate and the new black and cream paint job looks spiffing. We are just waiting for the new sign, a refurbishment of the original, to be rehung.

See: Tom Paine in Lewes