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A Brighter Day arrives

Local resident, documentary film maker, festival organiser,  anthropologist and music-producer, Keith Rodway contacted HOT to say that the CD he was commissioned to produce for Citizens Advice 1066 – with uplifting songs from local people – is now ready and available to purchase. Songs of hope and optimism with a message: whatever’s happening, don’t give up. HOT’s

Posted 13:45 Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018 In: Music & Sound Tags: , , ,
New Sara Lee Trust shop

New Sara Lee Trust shop opens

The Sara Lee Trust’s new community charity shop at 35 Sedlescombe Road North in Silverhill is open for business, contributing to the excellent work the trust provides for the local community. 

The Ocean Symposium 2018 and Marine Exhibition

Ocean Symposium 2018 and Marine Exhibition

Your ocean needs YOU!

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Exploring Windrush

Following a few extraordinary weeks during which a passport was placed in Michael Braithwaite’s hand and his fight for the right to remain working and living in the UK was resolved pending compensation, he joins Sussex experiential theatre company ExploreTheArch and fellow Windrush generation musicians in a new summer production – The House after Windrush – which opens on Monday 6 August.

PARK(ing) Day

Call out for PARK(ing) Day proposals

OPEN CALL!

WHO'S WATCHING WHO?

D-Construction: observations

We are so lucky in this town to have so many free events to attend and enjoy – and Stade Saturdays are a fantastic part of the yearly programme. Recently, D-Construction came to the Stade; a mesmerising, totally absorbing performance… something that made the heart thump a little faster. HOT’s Zelly Restorick writes about attending the event, observing and being observed.

Posted 08:41 In: Performance Tags: , ,
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Help reduce single-use plastic bottles

The Refill campaign, which aims to minimise the use of single-use plastic drinking bottles in Hastings, is run jointly by Hastings Green Party, Transition Town Hastings and Surfers Against Sewage. Local businesses are encouraged to put a Refill sticker in their window to say that they’re willing to refill drinking water bottles for free. The scheme has an App to download, which gives the location of participating businesses.

Patrick Holden

Urgent need for a sustainable food system

Energise Sussex Coast and Transition Town Hastings recently organized a talk and supper event at The Beacon with organic farmer, Patrick Holden, who set up the Sustainable Food Trust. Our food industry system isn’t sustainable, says Holden – and, in order to avert a food crisis, there is an urgent need to transition to a system that is more appropriate to our planetary conditions. HOT’s Zelly Restorick writes.

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