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Building Stronger Communities

Building Stronger Communities training

Projects Officer, Tanya Vice at Hastings Voluntary Action wants to get the word around town about a briefing / help session for Building Stronger Communities and grant applications.

Boarded-up public toilets in Harold Place - an unpopular measure taken by HBC in response to funding cuts.

Budget disappoints council leaders

There were no gaffes when the chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his budget in late November but nor was there much on offer for hard-pressed councils. Nick Terdre asked local council leaders for their reaction.

Bottle Alley

Bottle Alley Lights up!

Hastings Borough Council has replaced some 500 metres of broken lighting with new state of the art equipment that is programmable for special effects – and can be synchronised to music to create a wonderful sound and light spectacle. 

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The meeting place at the Cafe Grande Rue da Pera - scene of passionate but friendly philosophical debate (photo: Hanik Blackman).

Philosophy and coffee – and more – on the menu at Grand Rue de Pera cafe and shop

Among the varied programme of events at the Grand Rue De Pera shop and cafe on Queen’s Road is the Philosophy Coffee Club. Hanik Blackman has been along for a taste of the debate (not to mention the coffee) and reports back.

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FREE energy-related workshops

Energise Sussex Coast is running three FREE workshops for people living locally. 

Brad performing one of his OTT scientific experiments

Celebrating Brad Gross

The news of Brad Gross’s untimely death has come as a huge shock to all those who knew him. HOT’s Zelly Restorick reports.

Save Ore Library stall in Ore

Stall to save Ore Library

Campaigners opposed to the proposed closure of Ore Library by East Sussex County Council were out in force in Ore Village on Saturday morning collecting signatures for their petition and encouraging residents to respond to the official consultation.

Photo Lucy Phillips

Hastings Harbour: Complacency could be dangerous.

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