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Tuesday 24 January saw a resolute group of cyclists and others braving the weather to officially open the final link of the Bulverhythe Coastal Link cycle path, along with the Portrait Bench silhouette statue at Bulverhythe. Richard Hull attended the event and took the opportunity to quiz engineers and planners about the surface of the final link section.

David and Lynda Russell, authors of The Pubs of Hastings and St Leonards, on the case of the pub, the pub mural and the officers who said “‘ere, ‘ave you got Planning Permission for this ‘ere whadayacallit?”

Posted 00:13 Sunday, Aug 22, 2010 In: Home Ground

Hastings Creatives’ creator Erica Smith wrote:

Posted 13:42 Thursday, Aug 5, 2010 In: Home Ground

PIER

Posted 19:04 Wednesday, Aug 4, 2010 In: Home Ground

Two important campaigns are currently fighting desperate battles for our heritage.

Posted 15:42 Sunday, Apr 25, 2010 In: Home Ground Tags: ,

Martin Bloomfield

Posted 15:39 Saturday, Apr 24, 2010 In: Home Ground Tags: ,

RACHEL LEVER welcomes

Posted 21:29 Friday, Apr 23, 2010 In: Home Ground Tags:

Rubbish – rising to the challenge

Posted 21:05 In: Home Ground Tags:
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