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Last chance to take a peek

If you haven’t already done so, get your skates on and go and see Sharon Haward’s PEEK installation – white voile sheets flapping in

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The yellow peril – Purdy the van has been forced off the road because of her chantilly lace back doors

Penny Panagi’s Purdy is in peril

Purdy the Yellow ex-BT transit van is infamous in Hastings and the surrounding areas and also with the online car community as she is

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When the Black Dog bites…

The news of Sally Brampton’s death earlier this month came as a shock to her many friends in Hastings, and many, many more people who

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Willem Sandberg from type to image

Red, blue and yellow – the primary colours, design, experiment, type, play, rough, collage, asymmetric are the words that may spring to mind as

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Soul X-Press – they heard it through the grapevine!

Sparkling wine and belting soul provide climax for wine and food festival next Sunday

Jilly Goolden

The 1066 Wine & Food Festival has brought wine, food and music to 1066 Country through a series of events in restaurants, bars, shops and vineyards and three key events – the opening at Battle Abbey with Jilly Goolden and last week’s Food & Drink Fair at De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill. Erica Smith samples the fare…
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Hastleons at 90

The Hastleons, Hastings and St Leonards’ premier amateur musical theatre group are celebrating a milestone in their existence this week. They have been putting on shows now

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Starting point: Daniel, third from right, with family and friends outside Brighton pier.

Piers walk raises funds for mental health service

On the weekend of 7 and 8 May, East Sussex resident Daniel Coe walked a total of 37 miles on a three-pier

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1066 Cycling Festival

The 1066 Cycling Festival is a brand new free two day festival celebrating everything cycling. The festival will run over the weekend 11 and 12 June in

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Uncommon or garden flower show

For those of you who are not going to the Chelsea Flower Show or can’t quite take the press of people, there is a gem

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Lester in front of some of the schoolchildren's drawings he inspired at Sandown Primary (photo: Russell Jacobs).

Lester’s art proves a source of inspiration

In 2011 Nick Terdre wrote in HOT about Hastings artist Lester Magoogan, who has Down’s syndrome. Lester’s line drawings had proved highly popular,

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Education Futures Trust, winner of the SPARK 2016 award for special recognition.

Achievements of young people’s groups recognised at SPARK awards ceremony

SPARK, the network for young people’s organisations in East Sussex, last week held its annual awards evening, with groups in

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Life-drawings by dementia sufferers at Hastings Arts Forum

Dementia is a barrier that cruelly cuts the sufferer off from their family and friends. But various forms of artistic expression have

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Image from The Horse Boy

Film focus on equine therapy for autism

The Horse Boy is an extraordinary film about autism, screening this Thursday 19 May, with a live Q&A at 8pm, at the Electric

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The £14 million ‘plank’ where croissants and quiche conquer cockles and candyfloss

Mail Online, the world’s most popular newspaper website, with around 200 million visitors every month, sent a reporter

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