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Holy Trinity Hastings launch Alpha course online

Holy Trinity Hastings (HTH) will be running the Alpha course through the video format Zoom starting next Wednesday 6 May at 7.30pm, writes

Posted 17:19 Sunday, May 3, 2020 In: Hastings People Tags: covid-19 Hastings holy trinity church online online community

Summer Club Jungle is a Go!

Holy Trinity Hastings’ Summer Club Jungle is a popular week-long summer club event for children aged 5-11 held at Holy Trinity Church in Robertson Street. From Monday 13 August to Friday 17 August, 10am-3pm with snack, cold drinks and lunch provided, it’s a great chance for kids to have a break from us parents! My eldest will be attending and he is excited by all that is on offer, writes

Posted 16:47 Saturday, Aug 11, 2018 In: Young People Tags: ages 5-11 Hastings holy trinity church summer club 2018 summer holidays young people
Observer Building Graffiti

Ways 2 ♥ OB

The revised proposals for the old Observer Building [OB] in Hastings Town Centre were launched recently, reports Bernard McGinley. What happens next?

Making it all stack up

When Jeff Kirby came to Hastings for the first time last November to see the Observer Building ‘in order to help out a friend’, the rain was lashing horizontally and he stood opposite the building and shook his head. “My friend had bought the building and asked me to help him make it work. Nothing attracted me to the building – my first thought was to ring up my friend and tell him the best thing he could do was walk away.” HOT’s Erica Smith listens to how his attitude changed.

Posted 21:00 Tuesday, Dec 8, 2015 In: Home Ground Tags: Bartlett School of Architecture Dawn Dublin English Heritage Erika Holland Flint Group HASSELL holy trinity church Jeff Kirby Observer building STOMP student accommodation Sussex Coast College university of brighton

Saucy Susannas sing

Hastings musicians, Susannah Appleyard Soprano and Robert Aldwinckle piano accompanist, have concocted a concert of  famous singing Susannas, immortalised by Handel, Mozart and Carlisle Floyd, to celebrate a well loved soprano who is in her prime, writes Chris Cormack.

Posted 10:04 Wednesday, May 7, 2014 In: Music & Sound Tags: carlisle floyd Chris Cormack Hastings Bach Choir holy trinity church mozart robert aldwinckle St Clement's Church St Leonards Festival susanna susannah appleyard
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