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Battle 5k Run

Beat The Street out of this world

More than 40,000 East Sussex residents of all ages are celebrating travelling 230,927 miles – close to the distance between the Earth and the Moon – in just seven weeks of Beat the Street. 

How To Be A Nobody by…?

‘How to be a Nobody’

Call for experience. The forthcoming book, ‘How To Be A Nobody by…?’ will expound on the fallacy of status, how people have lost it, what it means if they gain it, how it relates to self-esteem and how the capitalist global market is dispossessing people who are having to resort to drastic measures to survive. The author, who at this stage wishes to remain anonymous, seeks brief examples of what it costs for a person to survive – in the UK or abroad – and how they continue to give despite the humblest circumstances. 

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Photo Robert Maxted: Hastings in Summer

Zoom Arts news

Zoom Arts Group is primarily a self funding collective of creative people who regularly hold exhibitions to showcase members own art work. Zoom Arts recently held a group exhibition of work for auction. This proved a great success and all money raised went to ‘Hastings Supports Refugees’. Susan Cleland writes.

David Hance and his Bedford lorry. Photo Colin Foy

Heritage in Hastings

A piece of classic heritage will meet another one at Alexandra Park, Hastings, when a classic Bedford lorry built in 1934 arrives on Sunday, 10 Sept 10, to promote the park’s historic

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The Wonder of Trees and Moths

Nature lovers and gardeners can discover the story of moths and trees at an event held at The Bohemia Walled Garden celebrating Heritage Open Day. The nation-wide, annual Heritage Open Day celebrates England’s cultural and architectural heritage. Linda Foy writes.

Bilbobasso POLAR ©Frédérique Calloch

Journeys Dance Festival

A glorious weekend of dance is headed our way for Bank Holiday weekend as Journeys Dance Festival returns for its fifth year. With three free family shows; one in Battle, one in Hastings and one in Bexhill, the annual festival presents fun and surprising outdoor dance performances for all. Naomi Robinson from local events management company, 18 Hours writes.

Nathaniel Tippleyas Sir Ian Bowler MP

PunchUp Comedy launches

PunchUp Comedy is a night of live stand-up, new material and show previews based in Hastings. Juliet Brando writes about her new initiative.

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The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists  comes to life

A local group focussing on community-led regeneration have enlisted help from Liverpool to bring a stage version of one time local resident Robert Tressell’s book, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, to life in one of Hastings newest performance spaces, The Opus Theatre in Cambridge Road. Community Organiser at 

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