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Hastings Burlesque supports Hastings Furniture Service with debut show

Hastings and Rother Furniture Service (HFS) is delighted to announce that all proceeds from Hastings Burlesque’s debut show at the White Rock Theatre are to be donated to the local furniture charity.

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Further clampdown on accountability

Whatever happened to openness and transparency at HBC? asks Chris Hurrell of the Save Ecclesbourne Glen campaign. Changes to the Constitution of Hastings Borough Council were approved by full Council without any discussion by councillors in July 2017. These changes have removed the rights of the public to have certain planning applications considered by the Planning Committee.

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Education Futures Trust free courses

Hastings based support charity, Education Futures Trust, is offering a number of FREE weekly workshops for local people requiring assistance with parenting and general wellbeing. Social Media & Publicity Co-ordinator for Education Futures Trust, 

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Princess Bride for St Michael’s

St Michael’s Hospice is hosting its first ever Open Air Movie Night at The Hub in Bodiam on Saturday 23rd September from 7pm, to mark our 30th anniversary. Kirsty Williams writes.

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Sing with Vocal Explosion

Vocal Explosion world Music Choir starts their new term this month and you are invited to go along for a free taster session to see how it feels. Singing is excellent for health, both mental and physical – and Vocal Explosion are certainly a choir to energise both singers and audience. This choir is for all adults who can hold a tune and learn a harmony. 

In Search of The Real: Lucent © Lucinda Wells

Light fantastic

Cafes started popping up and now art galleries are joining in the vibrancy and change happening around St Leonards on Sea, which can only be a good thing, since there are so few galleries for St Leonards’ artists to exhibit in. One of the latest ones to open their doors is Solaris run by art digital printer, Alexandra Drawbridge. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths went along to see Solaris’ first solo show by photographer Lucinda Wells: In search of the Real: Lucent.

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