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Life-drawings by dementia sufferers at Hastings Arts Forum

Dementia is a barrier that cruelly cuts the sufferer off from their family and friends. But various forms of artistic expression have

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Life-drawing classes bring laughter and fun to relieve dementia darkness

Dementia is not much fun; for the subjects themselves, for their families or for their carers. But drawing has provided a

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Combating dementia with music-making

Music is a vital lifeline to dementia sufferers whose cruel illness cuts them off from the rest of the world in many ways. This philosophy is

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Wear it campaign

World AIDS Day and free HIV testing

This World AIDS Day, The Terence Higgins Trust is asking people to “Wear it” – encouraging people to wear their red ribbon and

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Laura Coryton Photo Change.org

An unsanitary subject?

Recently a Change.org campaign has been started by Laura Coryton to stop the government taxing sanitary products. Although the proposed amendment failed – Hastings and Rye MP

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Practising on the beachPhoto Mark Barwell

Energising body and mind

In Hastings and St Leonards-on-Sea, we’re lucky enough to have a branch of the national Shiatsu College right on our doorstep. And starting in the autumn,

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Posted 13:49 Tuesday, Sep 29, 2015 In: Health Matters Tags: ,
wellbeing

FREE Wellbeing Day!

Come and meet local health and wellbeing groups including The Community Wellbeing Service, Health Trainers with INBODY machine, Home Works, Active Hastings, HARC, Educating Futures and Together

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In sanity and in health

Recently, Erin Veness wrote an article for HOT about her trip to Bexhill with Bex to have a semicolon tattoo, in response to Project Semicolon,

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