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Want some help with your bicycle repairs? Interested in building a bike from scratch? Need some paint? Like the idea of Freecycle, but don’t have a computer? Then pay a visit to Labyrinth, an exciting new initiative recently opened up at the seafront. HOT’s Zelly Restorick spoke to Patrick Nicholson about the new venture, a store, work and activity space for community groups, run by volunteers with a focus on the environment, cycling and the arts.

Posted 10:50 Wednesday, Aug 8, 2012 In: Green Times Tags: , , , ,
Burton St Leonards

Burtons’ St Leonards celebrates

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Posted 10:57 Wednesday, Aug 1, 2012 In: 1067 & All That
Knitted Runners from the Post Office Tea Rooms Olympic window display

See the Olympics and Paralympics for free at the Post Office Tearooms

HOT journalist Erica Smith professes no interest in the Olympics OR knitting, but when Philip Bray from the Post Office Tea Rooms told her about the knitted Olympics in the window, she was down like a shot to see more!

Posted 16:39 Sunday, Jul 29, 2012 In: Food & Drink Tags: , , , , ,
Portrait of Milo

Fitting tribute to up-to-the-minute artist

There is one more week to visit a remarkable exhibition at Baker Mamanova Gallery in Norman Road, St Leonards. Erica Smith explains why it’s too good to miss.

Posted 09:23 Tuesday, Jul 24, 2012 In: Hastings People Tags: , , ,
Illustration © Cathy Simpson

Posted 12:17 Friday, Jul 20, 2012 In: One Long Party Tags: , , ,
St Leonards Festival 2012

Flames and festival fun

Posted 10:05 Thursday, Jul 12, 2012 In: One Long Party Tags: , , , , , , , ,
Opening of the Moveable Feast Community Garden in Western Road, St Leonards

HOT journalist, Zelly Restorick attended the launch of Moveable Feast, the community garden on Western Road, St Leonards and was amazed at the transformation from rocks and rubble to revival and regeneration.

Posted 10:15 Monday, Jul 9, 2012 In: Green Times
Ice Caps by Chris Wainwright

Following on from Pi-Leau’s melting ice-cap production at The Stade, locally based artist Professor Chris Wainwright gave a talk,

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