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Transition Town Hastings news

In the coming weeks, there’s a lot going on in the town in connection with Transition Town Hastings (TTH). Take a look and see what catches your eye. Zelly Restorick writes. If you’re interested in finding out more about TTH or in volunteering with them, they’d be very pleased to hear from you. They’re a very friendly bunch

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Source wins Heritage Angels awards

Rich and Marc Moore, the local innovators and entrepreneurs who created The Source BMX Park have jointly won the Historic England Heritage Angel Award for the ‘Best Rescue of an Historic Building’, as well as the ‘Historic England Followers’ and Telegraph readers’ People’s Choice Award’ for a heritage project. The awards ceremony was held at the Palace Theatre in London on 20 November 2017. Zelly Restorick writes.

Faust: G Swayne

Hell Of A Time

Geraldine Swayne’s work is powerfully suggestive and mysterious. Like film stills, people appear on the verge of action, isolated in an atmosphere that is often tense and emotionally heightened, but the wider narrative is obscured. Scenes are often awkward, haunting, sexy, bizarre, or amusing – maybe all at once. Alex Drawbridge writes.

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Redesign of the White Rock Fountain

Hastings Borough Council has successfully secured funding from the Coastal Communities Fund to rejuvenate the area known as the White Rock Fountain on Hastings seafront (located between The Source and the Pier).

The Literary Shed

The Literary Shed

The Literary Shed celebrates many of the things we love best – words, in any form, the arts, pop culture, food, travel, the sea and the occasional Literary Cat.

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Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou at Kino

St Leonards based husband and wife duo, Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou, have found time in between opening for Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra to make their welcome return to The Kino-Teatr. They will be performing a very special homecoming show to celebrate the release of their new limited edition 7’’ vinyl, joined by special guest, local alt-folk hero, Oliver Cherer.

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Harmony One sing for the pier

Harmony One and guests are giving a concert in aid of Hastings Pier Charity this Friday. Musical director Debbie Warren gives a foretaste of the programme.

Posted 15:50 Tuesday, Nov 21, 2017 In: Music & Sound
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Illuminating West Street: A Winter Salon

Following a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), the West Street Community Group will be supporting a year-long project researching, sharing and celebrating the history of West Street in Hastings Old Town. Xaverine Bates found out more.

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