Dear The Link Consortium,
Can you please supply me with up to date correspondence, messages or complains sent to East Sussex Council in regards reports of damage to vehicles caused by pot holes traveling along the contiguous road that connects the A264 to the village of Ashurst Wood including Shovelstrode Lane, Homestall Road and Maypole Road.
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