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The Bosun’s Bite at Rye Harbour

Rye Harbour isn’t that far away from Hastings – and is a lovely destination for an explore – and a bite to eat at The Bosun’s Bite, a down to earth, friendly café with good food, generous portions and always a welcome smile to greet you. HOT’s Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 18:56 Saturday, Mar 24, 2018 In: Food & Drink Tags: , , ,
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Easter Customs in Late 17th Century England

Easter Customs in Late 17th Century England: a lecture by Dr Stephen Brogan. This lecture will discuss two important Easter customs of late seventeenth-century England. 

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Urgent support for young man to stay in UK

Javad is a young orphaned autistic man, who came to the UK from Iran. Since learning about Javad’s case, Hastings Online Times has supported his wish to stay in the UK with Terry and Stuart Alexander, who three years ago took him into their home and hearts. Having had the threat of deportation hanging over his head for so long, Javad now wants to make another application to the Home Office to be allowed to stay in this country. With this aim and the help of his supporters, Javad is preparing to travel to Liverpool to do this on 22 May and he urgently needs your active and loud support. HOT’s Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 11:53 Monday, Mar 19, 2018 In: Hastings People Tags: , , , ,
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Hastings Astrology Group

Have you ever wondered how an astrologer practices their craft?  Or asked yourself how the power of the planetary map can be used to chart and understand your destiny? Bronwen Griffiths asks Rock Astrologer Enid Williams what the future holds with Hastings Astrology Group

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Seven-month review of Hastings

A recent arrival in Hastings, Vanessa Alves, assesses her time and experience in her new home town.

Posted 09:13 Thursday, Mar 15, 2018 In: Hastings People Tags: , ,
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Active beach love

For some years now I have been cleaning the plastic rubbish I see when I am on the beach exercising, walking or on my way somewhere. I do this now largely without judgment or agenda but I went through a whole process before I felt able to peaceably beach clean whenever I can. When I began to notice the shear volume of rubbish from day to day seemingly waiting for me, I felt angry and despairing about the ignorance of all ‘those people’ who litter, who don’t seem to care, who perpetuate the crazy systems we live within whereby its ‘normal’ to use something once and ‘throw it away’. ‘Away where?!’ I ranted to myself, writes Marybeth Haas.

Posted 11:30 Wednesday, Mar 14, 2018 In: Nature Tags: , , , ,
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The Hastings Refugee Buddy Project

A refugee who arrived in the UK in the 1970s has recently founded a Buddy project for the Syrian families arriving in Hastings through the Government’s Syrian Resettlement Project (SRP). A team of Buddies is now working closely with the council SRP caseworker. Rossana Leal’s inspiration comes from her own experience as a refugee child and she tells us about why it is a project so close to her heart.

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Discoveries on Queens Road

Queens Road is a part of Hastings that has been a long time in regeneration. Now it looks like the balance might be tipping in its favour, as new businesses begin to emerge. HOT’s Nick Weekes had a look around.

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