Suicides at Beachy Head have Fallen Dramatically

  Pesala 20:13 01 Jun 2009
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Sorry! I couldn't resist that headline. click here

I was initially intrigued by this article:

Beachy Head hero stung by critics: click here

I agree that its a job best left to the rescue services, but it seems a pity that he is discouraged from patrolling the area. I suspect that in many cases he could help long before the situation gets to the stage where by trying to help he might kill himself or someone else.

  Arthur Scrimshaw 21:18 01 Jun 2009

2006 & 2007?

Pity it's not eliminated the problem

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  Arthur Scrimshaw 21:19 01 Jun 2009
  peter99co 22:06 01 Jun 2009

Latest news

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  Arthur Scrimshaw 22:28 01 Jun 2009

always a good idea to check previous posts!

  peter99co 22:32 01 Jun 2009

Did not click the "Sorry - wrong link"

  Barnacarry 12:55 02 Jun 2009

'Beachy Head suicide numbers down' - probably the height put is putting some people off.

  jakimo 13:17 02 Jun 2009

Its sad enough when people think life is no longer worth living,but adults do have an option, the children have no say whatsoever in the matter

  BT 17:03 02 Jun 2009

According to the BBC 1 o'clock news the child was already dead. He had died of meningitis the previous day and the parents were devastated. I can't imagine what they must have been feeling when they did this.

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