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Poet Penny Pepper Pops Up

Tomorrow night (Thursday 15 November), Penny Pepper will be reading from her new collection of poetry at Book Buster in Queen’s Road. Erica Smith tells

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Me. Myself and Others

Me, Myselfie & Others

You are warmly invited to attend the premiere of Me, Myselfie & Others, a film created by young people at Hastings Academy as part of

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Hastings Food Hub and Pantry

The ability of local families to adequately feed themselves was the priority concern at a recent meeting of 15 local community organisations.  The Hastings Food

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Rubbed! Aladdin’s Lamp just got camp

“We’ve been hard at work at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern (RVT), like demented elves in a stolen goods Christmas grotto creating a new adult-only

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Carers' Rights Day

Carers’ Rights Day 2018

Are you a carer? Do you know your rights? Care for the Carers is getting ready for Carers’ Rights Day 2018, a national campaign taking place

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Maggie Hambling No 2 Suffolk 2018 © Juergen Teller All rights reserved

Maggie Hambling No 2 Suffolk 2018. © Juergen Teller. All rights reserved.

Maggi Hambling’s The Quick & the Dead

One of the most popular paintings in the Jerwood Gallery is Maggie Hambling’s Portrait of Frances Rose; when it is not on display, it is often enquired after. And our very own Erica Smith won the Jerwood short story prize with an imagined fictional account of Frances Rose’s life. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths went along to the Jerwood to see Hambling’s exhibition, The Quick & the Dead.  Continue reading…


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Launch of Hastings Heritage Trail

Four Years in the Making! Hastings has an amazing breadth of history in its everyday built environment. Launching on 17 November, the Hastings Heritage Trail

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The Storm Will Pass

The Storm Will Pass

The Storm Will Pass, The Spring Will Come. An exhibition of recycled and reassembled ceramic artworks by Susan Elliott. John Knowles writes.

Susan Elliott is a

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Mini Wood Fest at Victorian walled garden

This free mini festival, as with everything the Bohemia Walled Garden does, is designed to promote our connection with the natural world and

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Volunteer with Hastings charity EFT to gain access to work

If you are looking to volunteer and would like to work in a cafe environment or outdoors in nature, Hastings

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Andrew Kötting’s trilogy: Earthworks

Andrew Kötting, Hastings’ master of magical realism, will be showing his film trilogy, ‘Earthworks’ on Saturday 17 November at the Towner Art Gallery Cinema: an all-day

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Get Inspired! Get Involved!

Fascinating educational and creative courses for adults. The Hastings area is a great place to live if you want to expand or share your knowledge and

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Nature, disconnection and depression

Depression is on the increase. Around the globe, more than a million people commit suicide every year. Is this a very human, very real and honest

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Transition Town news: November

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Transition Town Hastings: the group was established to respond to the challenges of climate change, over-dependence on fossil

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Hastings Philharmonic Choir

Hallelujahs return to Hastings

In its 90th anniversary year, the Hastings Philharmonic Choir goes back to its roots to perform Handel’s Messiah at Christ Church, St Leonards this Saturday 10

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Letter to my Father

Interested in Kafka?

Local resident, Howard Colyer is giving a reading of his translation of Kafka’s Letter to my Father at Printed Matter Bookshop. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asks him about

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Strictly come write-in: November in Hastings

It’s November and it’s NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month, the phenomenon that has people globally putting pen to paper to achieve 50,000 words in

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HOT Style: Meet Janet B

HOT’s Claudine Eccleston spotted Janet B walking through the park and seized the moment to ask her about her style and fashion suggestions.

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Green Job Fair at Sussex Coast College

The Future is Green for young people

Green energy and how it can power our future was the talking point at a recent day-long symposium at Sussex Coast College. Twelve

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SEAP: Support Empower Advocate Provide

Advocacy Training: personal and free

seAp is offering a free advocacy training session for people supporting people with learning disabilities, autism, physical and mental health illnesses at the Royal Victoria

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Last year's Christmas Fair

A Christmas Fair full of festive fun!

Local charity, The Sara Lee Trust will be holding their annual Christmas Fair on Saturday 17 November at St John the Evangelist Church

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