It’s great to hear your views… it’s so easy to have your say…

It’s great to read what people think about our stories when they post their comments on social media but more and more of you are taking the chance to comment on our stories in more detail by using the comment facility at the bottom of every story.

Here are just a few of the comments we received in the last few days and at the bottom of this page we’ll explain how you can leave your comments and observations too.

On the new Hastings Country Park visitor centre

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Straw bale visitor centre has been worth the wait says council leader

On the claim that VAT increases put green projects at risk

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VAT hike puts Hastings’ green energy schemes at risk

On the assertion that Primark has been good for the whole town

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Primark boost is good news all round for town centre trade

And here’s how you can get involved….

Scroll to the bottom of the story you are reading and you will find this panel..

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Simply type your comment and hit enter. In most cases your comment will appear immediately, if what you have said is controversial then the system will highlight it for moderation. Even if your comment has to be reviewed it will usually appear on the site within minutes of you send it.

We look forward to hearing what you think.

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