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A new deal for the White Rock Theatre

It was recently announced that Hastings Borough Council and HQ Theatres and Hospitality Ltd have agreed to a five year extension to their existing contract to manage the White Rock Theatre. The new deal, which will run from February 2019

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The supposed necessity of building over lower Bohemia

Who wants a rich ghetto instead of the green spaces of Horntye Park, Summerfields Woods, the Oval, White Rock Gardens and the Convent? The report proposing it was commissioned by Hastings Borough Council.  Bernard McGinley wades through the jargon and comes up for air.

Fun House Festival

First ever Fun House Festival

In collaboration with Little Mashers, the first ever Fun House Festival is taking place on Friday 24 August at 

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Naturising the south east!

HOT’s Zelly Restorick writes about her own experience of naturism – and asks Philip Baker, who also loves to walk around unhindered by clothes, about his own experiences and what is happening locally, should fellow naturists wish to make each other’s acquaintance at one of the naturist gatherings and events which he organises.

Welcoming blooms

The greening of Warrior Square Station

The Transition Town Hastings team have been busy again this year at their community garden at St Leonards Warrior Square Station. They have been developing and nurturing the land to make it not only more pleasingly attractive to the eye but to demonstrate how to grow flowers and herbs, enjoy the art of growing and nourishing and discover how – with some united time and effort – a location can be transformed. Alison Cooper, one of the TTH team members, sent HOT some photos.

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HAVE network: access for us all

HAVE (Hastings Access to Venues and Events) is a local group advocating for ‘disability access to all creative stuff’. They work to collaborate with all creatives, events and venues, requesting that they think about access for all disabled people: wheelchair users, visually/hearing impaired people, those with mobility issues, mental health issues, learning difficulties and who are neuro-diverse. Penny Pepper writes.

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Local creatives ask for funding

Two local creatives, Chrstina Macadam and Keith Rodway have asked the local community for funding help and/or spreading the word – to make their artistic dreams a reality. 

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Stade Saturdays continue into autumn

We’re so lucky in this town with so many great free events on offer, including Hastings Borough Council’s Stade Saturday events, which continue through till October. 

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