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Fundraiser for the Combe Haven 19

Spooky Tales Fundraiser Tales of the Supernatural, East Sussex ghost stories: £5 entry

New M&S Cafe at Glyne Gap

Why no station at Glyne Gap?

It is ironic that you can sit in the new M&S Cafe at Glyne Gap and see the trains pass by, but there’s no way you can take your shopping home via the railway. In order to raise this point publicly, Hastings Alliance organised a demonstration – ‘Why No Station?’ – at Ravenside shopping centre last

Rosamond at Hastings Law Courts

Trial of BHLR opponents

A few days ago the trials began of the Combe Haven 19

Dual carriageway

Additional £13m needed for BHLR

ESCC are considering the approval of over £13m of public money to cover increased construction costs, construction risks and protester action, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick. In addition, Amber Rudd is calling for ESCC to commit to building the Baldslow link, joining Queensway to the A21, costing an estimated £30m.

Link road to the link road

Object to the link road to the link road?

Planning permission for the link road to the link road has now been submitted by Sea Change Sussex, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick. The ‘Gateway Road’ will link the Bexhill Hastings Link Road to Wrestwood Road in Bexhill and is, according to John Shaw, CEO of Sea Change Sussex, the “first digestible bite” in the much wider development plans for the area through to 2027.

DfT Protest

DfT reveals BHLR recommendations

Following a decision by the Information Commissioner’s Office, the Department for Transport (DfT) has now released the withheld recommendations from their report on the Bexhill-Hastings Link Road (BHLR), writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick.

Norman Baker

Toeing the line…

On Monday 8 and Tuesday 9 April, anti-Link Road protestors marched to the Department for Transport (DfT) to demand the full DfT report on the Link Road was made available to the public. HOT’s Erica Smith put her cards on the table and joined ‘Operation Disclosure’ to search for the uncensored DfT report.

barbican string quartet

World class string quartet fundraises for anti-Link Road campaigners

The Barbican string quartet played to a packed Village Hall in Crowhurst last Sunday evening. Billed as ‘The Road to Nowhere Fundraising Concert’, the show was a sell-out and raised funds for the villagers’ campaign against the Bexhill Hastings Link Road.

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