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Tobias Cobrin and Ben Crosthwaite working at the Over Wrought Forge, Hastings.

Vote for historic greenhouse restoration

Two blacksmiths are planning to forge a new future for an historic greenhouse as a community project. Tobias Cobrin and Ben Crosthwaite will restore and

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Coastal protection works 2009

Further coastal protection works about to start

The second stage of coastal protection works are due to start on the seafront in Hastings this week. To help keep the beach

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Looking across the recreation ground of Harrow Lane towards the sea.

Forum arranged for Harrow Lane development

The council has arranged a public meeting for a proposed housing development on the recreation ground at the top of Harrow Lane this Wednesday,

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Delicious produce from the Community Garden at St Leonards Warrior Square Station

Community Garden Open Day and Food Celebration!

This Sunday, 9 October, 12-3pm at the Transition Town Community Garden, St Leonards Warrior Square station, the Transition Town Hastings (TTH) team invites

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Part of the Story of Hastings in 66 Objects exhibition which attendees will visit (photo: Alex Brattell).

Heritage forum on 1066 and town development

This year’s heritage forum, to be held on Wednesday 12 October, will look at the relationship between the Battle of Hastings and the

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The construction site at the end of West Hill Road in St Leonards - questions have been asked about how development could begin 28 years after planning permission was granted.

Council draws fire over planning charges

Labour-dominated Hastings Borough Council has decided to introduce charges for planning queries, though it has not set a date for introducing them. The move

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Photo: Ore CLT.

Views sought on Greenway route through Ore

Ore Community Land Trust has launched a consultation on a section of the proposed route of the Hastings Greenway through Ore. Drop-in sessions

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The only gravestone in Hastings Cemetery with South Africa flags and the resting-place of a black seaman who perished in WWI: one of the stories to be told  of J Nguza - 'found' by local historians in Hastings cemetery

Rebalancing the history books: remembering the forgotten lives

As the 950th anniversary of William’s victory over Harold approached, historian Hilda Kean calls attention to the ‘ordinary’ people whose lives and

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