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Urgent! East Sussex Music Service under threat

East Sussex County Council is proposing to cut instrumental teaching from the East Sussex Music Service (ESMS), affecting the tuition of over 3,000

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Photo by MaryBeth Haas of Miward Road

Food poverty in Hastings and St. Leonards: a snapshot

HOT’s Vanessa Alves was invited to attend a meeting facilitated by HVA (Hastings Voluntary Action) that brought together charities and agencies

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Festival 15 at Hastings Arts Forum

From 2 May to 13 May, Hastings Arts Forum will be celebrating 15 years of its seafront existence, with an exhibition of 24 artists

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Plastic plastic plastic everywhere.

Plastic Drop Week

Do you buy veg and fruit and other items that have been clingfilmed? Shrink-wrapped? Wrapped in plastic bags? Starting from next weekend and marking the beginning of

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The pier on the day it reopened in April 2016. Friends of Hastings Pier's attempts to keep it in community hands now hang in the balance.

The pier on the day it reopened in April 2016. Friends of Hastings Pier’s attempts to keep it in community hands now hang in the balance.

Do-or-die time for the pier

The Friends of Hastings Pier (FoHP) have been told they need to prove their ability to raise at least £1 million by next Tuesday to remain in the bidding race. It’s do-or-die time for keeping the pier in community hands. Nick Terdre reports. Continue reading…


Alex Mvuka Ntung looks at Windrush from a personal perspective

Responding to the Windrush generation ‘crisis’

Alex Ntung is a former refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Hastings was his home from the year 2000 until he moved

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Green Party canvassing 2018

Transport poverty in Hastings can be changed

Road planning in our town denies access to many residents. Those who do not have a car and rely on pedestrian routes, buses

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Libby by Bev Francis

HOT Style: Meet Libby

Spotted at the Sunday Flea Market in the Palace, White Rock, Hastings. 

Libby’s ‘home made style’. HOT Style-Seeker, Claudine Eccleston, reports.

Where do you live?

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Born To Be: encouraging more diversity in universities

Born To Be

A new higher education initiative launching in Hastings – Born To Be – will dispel university myths and support families. Hastings has been chosen as the launch

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Festival By The Lake raising funds for Hastings Supports Refugees

Top musicians support festival welcoming refugees to Hastings

Award winning jazz musicians Liane Carroll, Ian Shaw and Sarah Jane Morris, and poet John Hegley, are among the artists appearing at

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England' Over 70s batsmen face the Aussie bowling attack (photo: Peter Betteley).

St Leonards man in seniors’ Ashes series

It’s not often you get an opportunity to play for your country, especially when you’re getting on a bit, but when the chance

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Anton Lyakovsky playing last weekend at the second Phoenix Paino Series recital. He gave three encores to the enthusiastic audience (photo: .

Two more recitals in Phoenix Piano Series

After a successful opening last weekend, the inaugural season of the Phoenix Piano Series concludes at the Opus Theatre this weekend, with recitals

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No Smoking

Colourful storytelling by Angie Braven

Angie Braven’s exhibition at the Fleet Gallery in St Leonards simply stops you in your tracks. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths noticed people coming into the gallery,

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News from the 1066 Local Energy Campaign

The 1066 Local Energy campaign, an initiative from not-for-profit Energise Sussex Coast (ESC), aims to ‘increase community owned renewable energy, keeping money within

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