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Speckled Wood in Ore

Ore’s green space under threat

Ore’s green space under threat

Posted 18:05 Monday, Apr 23, 2012 In: Campaigns

Love St Leonards

Community planning for a housing-led regeneration of Central St Leonards took further steps forward at another packed meeting on Thursday 12 April, reports Richard Hull, including the proposal for a Love St Leonards Day on June 23.


Workfare? Not Fair!

Posted 16:39 Tuesday, Apr 3, 2012 In: Campaigns Tags: , , , ,

Cycle rickshaws in Portas Pilot bid

Representatives of the business, residential and cultural communities of central St Leonards met on Thursday 22 March to view a draft video developed by local film-maker Glenys Jacques as part of the bid for regeneration funding under the Portas Pilots scheme, writes Richard Hull. UPDATE: See the final version of video part of the bid here.

Posted 09:24 Monday, Mar 26, 2012 In: Campaigns Tags: , , , ,

Local man jailed for Afghan war protest

Gabriel Carlyle, long-time peace activist, key organiser of last year’s Rebellious Media Conference and Peace News Promotions Worker, was sent to prison today for two weeks.

Posted 13:17 Monday, Mar 19, 2012 In: Campaigns
F-ish Gallery Hastings International Women's Day Feminist Occupation

On the evening of Friday 9 March a group of women occupied the empty F-ish Gallery in Robertson Street, Hastings. The occupation was to mark International Women’s Day and highlight how recessionary times hit women even harder than men, writes Erica Smith.

St Leonards Vision

St Leonards Regeneration

Enthusiasm continues to build for community participation in the regeneration of Central St Leonards, as was demonstrated at yet another packed meeting on Thursday 8 March which heard that a ‘Town Team’ is taking shape, writes Richard Hull.

One of the old college buildings - will one eyesore be replaced by another?

Gladedale judgement postponed to May

Posted 17:31 In: Campaigns
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