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Eden gets public message of love

The message of love on Sexton Hill.
The message of love on Sexton Hill. John Gass /TWE140212sign

A LOVER has gone the extra step this Valentine's Day by declaring his love for Eden to thousands of motorists.

A banner that read "I love you Eden" appeared on Sexton Hill this morning draped over a footbridge in time for northbound rush-hour traffic to see.

Today is Valentine's Day and a time for all the romantics out there to shine.

Let us know what you are planning for this special day whether it's elaborate or something as simple as a candlelit dinner.

Topics:  banora point, pacific highway, sexton hill, valentine's day




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