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Local residents on a solar panel workshop

Local energy workshops

Energise Sussex Coast holds monthly training events covering all things energy – from energy in the home, switching suppliers, dealing with damp and mould and renewable energy. 

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‘I am Hamlet, you are Hamlet, we are Hamlet’ – Theatre Nation and the great Dane

Theatre Nation’s groundbreaking production of the tale of the melancholy Dane, featuring award-winning Shakespearean

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Gus Cummins’ world

Walking into the Jerwood Foreshore Gallery there is an art work exploding out of the wall, stopping HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths in her tracks. It is the work

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OCD Week of Action

Mental health professionals are marking ‘OCD Week of Action’ by encouraging people to speak out about the illness – and challenge the way it’s viewed in

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Discussing how best to secure the pier as a community asset.

Discussing how best to secure the pier as a community asset.

Friends of Hastings Pier regroup

A people’s movement to save the People’s Pier has been launched. The overriding priority for the new Friends of Hastings Pier is to ensure that the pier remains in community hands. HOT’s Nick Terdre, himself a supporter of the campaign, reports.

The decision to revive the movement, which was first set up to rescue the pier from the clutches of the negligent Ravenclaw, came following a meeting at the White Rock Theatre on Saturday 3 February which, considering the short notice and limited publicity, was remarkably well attended, with the best part of 70 people. Continue reading…

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Still life with plastics and plant 2010/2011 © Project Art Works Eden Kotting

Project Art Works breaks through

The innovative Project Art Works is UK’s leading artist led organisation that works with people with profound intellectual impairment and complex needs. It was started

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HOT is looking for new writers

Have you ever thought of writing for HOT? If so, come along on Sunday 25 February at 4pm to Cafe Grand Rue Pera, 74

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The 2017 runner-up, Hans Suh, who returned in January to give the HIPCC winter recital.

Piano competition hits new heights

One of the town’s premier music events, the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition, gets under way shortly, showcasing possibly the highest standard of entrant ever.

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Conjuring music from trees

All musicians are unique in their musical production, but Nick Weekes is a man whose music attracts curiosity because of the unusual instruments he has created

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Local woman calls for ‘Justice for Palestinians’

At a recent meeting in Hastings, St Leonards resident, Leah Levane, provided an eyewitness account of life in the occupied Palestinian territories. Those

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Challenging the menopause industry

This is the story of how an ex stand-up comic came to challenge the entire menopause industry. Local resident, Sally J Dufell, writes about how

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Flooding on the lower tier following heavy rains in early January.

Grant for flood defences below the sports village

A grant of £2.25 million has been made to Hastings Borough Council and the developer of the proposed sports complex in Bulverhythe

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DWP ups sticks in favour of the town centre

The Department for Work and Pensions’ branch at Ashdown House is to move to the town centre, occupying offices in Sea

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Some thoughts on campaigning to save our Crown Post Office

This Tuesday morning on the way to work, I heard our MP, Amber Rudd, on the Today programme talk about

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