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Grasping an existential nettle

Hastings Humanists will hold their first meeting of the year on Thursday to debate the topic: A Disembodied Mind Is Impossible – or Is It?


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Posted 17:56 Tuesday, Jan 10, 2012 In: Hastings People Tags:
Newspaper articles and an educational kit about homosexuality from the early 80s. These relate to the Campaign for Homosexuality (CHE), of which there was an active branch in Hastings. The educational pack was banned from use in local schools. Materials courtesy of Roger Sweetman.

The Rainbow Alliance list tells you what’s worth coming out for!

If you are part of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) rainbow and want to find out more

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Posted 15:46 Tuesday, Dec 13, 2011 In: Hastings People
Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender rainbow logo for TubRa

LGBT Hastings

Every now and again, the Hastings Queer Community get together to create a memorable Big Night Out – amongst others, we’ve had Queer on the Pier, Juicy, Another

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Posted 20:51 Wednesday, Nov 23, 2011 In: Hastings People Tags:
Humanist Celebrant Lesley Arnold-Hopkins

Non-Religious Ceremonies

A growing number of people in the UK would class themselves as having no religious belief. For many non-religious people, places of worship are utilised only for births,

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Posted 20:40 Friday, Nov 18, 2011 In: Hastings People Tags:

Got a yen for foreign languages?

If you fancy having a natter in French, Spanish or German, pop down to Pissarro’s on a Wednesday night and join in the Polyglot

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Posted 17:21 Tuesday, Nov 8, 2011 In: Hastings People
Frank's ripping family yarn

Frank’s ripping family yarn

Though Hastings is rich in history, there are not many who have traced their roots here back through the centuries. One who has is Frank Ball,

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Posted 17:45 Sunday, Oct 2, 2011 In: Hastings People

County Council put their Trust in Ore

My first impression on walking into the office of Mags Pawson (Manager of Ore Community Centre) was ‘how could they ever think of

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Posted 18:38 Tuesday, Sep 27, 2011 In: Hastings People

From the Crown in All Saints Street to lucky Lifeboat 13

David & Lynda Russell recount the story of Alexander Littlejohn, Hastings pub landlord who survived the Titanic (Above, before

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Posted 20:31 Sunday, Sep 5, 2010 In: Hastings People
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