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Hastings Harbour Proposal to be withdrawn

On Friday 21 September, the Green Party announced that the withdrawal of the Harbour Proposal by the Hastings Harbour Quarter Company will be discussed

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Brighter Day: Fundraising event for Citizens Advice 1066

A Brighter Day: A fundraising event organised by Keith Rodway for Citizens Advice 1066 will be held at The Printworks in Claremont

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Shopkeepers of the World

Art installations in charity shops across St Leonards and Bexhill as part of Coastal Currents till 30 Sept. Take part in a unique living-installation with artist,

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Moving with Mark Wallinger

Moving is a one off workshop by artists Viv Hamblin and Catherine Pinhorn, exploring movement and free-flowing present moment expression in connection with Mark Wallinger’s installation,

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Sustainability on Sea: 22-30 September!

Sustainability… makes sense, n’est-ce pas? This week of events, jointly organised by Transition Town Hastings (TTH) and Energise Sussex Coast (ESC), is celebrating all things sustainable in our local area: gathering together as many of the organisations who are already thinking in sustainable terms. Starting with the ocean symposium, culminating in a big festival day and with all sorts of good stuff happening in between, you are very welcome to come along, check things out and get involved. Continue reading…


Chris Lewcock, centre, addresses the crowd of some 80 people who turned out for the walkabout of the White Rock and Bohemia areas organised by HUDG (photo: Julia Hilton).

Large turn-out for area action plan walkabouts

Walkabouts of the town centre and White Rock in connection with the council’s Area Action Plan attracted large numbers of interested residents. A

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Yumino Seki is Under the Moon at the museum

So often you hear in Hastings, the phrase “Aren’t we lucky”– about the weather, the sea, the culture and the diverse

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Common Clay: new ceramics studio opens

As part of the Coastal Currents Festival earlier this month, Common Clay, a brand new ceramics studio, was opened by local artist, Carla Wright.

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THe Walk-In Centre is on the ground floor of Hastings Station Plaza Health Centre Photo © Peter Chowney

Walk-in Centre campaigns continue to raise concerns

This week has been a busy time for people concerned about the potential closure of the town centre walk-in health centre. All week

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Finding Camille puts the focus on Alzheimer’s

Local film-maker Bindu De Stoppani hosts a special screening at the Electric Palace cinema this weekend of her latest feature, Finding Camille.

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Carmen for all tastes from Barefoot Opera

There are two more chances to see Barefoot Opera’s dazzling production of Georges Bizet’s Carmen in Hastings – either this Friday at St

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A sustainable economic system for us all

Economics as if people and planet matter

Evolving and exploring sustainable economics systems. Locally. Thinking in terms of our specific USPs (Unique Selling Points). A fully personalised, local sustainable economic

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A building that has seen many transformations of identity.

Genuinely in awe of Ore

Ore is said to be one of the poorest parts of the country, yet HOT’s Zelly Restorick feels it has much to offer its residents,

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No Voice, No Choice

“I am banging the ban long distance live exports drum again”, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick. Michael Gove is apparently now considering not banning this cruel

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