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Walk-in Centre campaign gets Swish!

Saturday’s ‘get-together’ outside the Walk-in Centre at Station Plaza was the third and biggest of the campaign’s well-mannered protests so far. Over 70 people gathered outside the Walk-in Centre and shared their experiences of using the facility and why it was important that it remain in the town centre.

Hollington: Maya Evans and Paul Barnett point out the holes in the corroding Tory infrastructure

Confessions of a rookie Labour Party member

“I blame a cocktail of right wing media coverage, Ukelele Dave and a well-timed nudge by Kay Green.” HOT’s Erica Smith takes a partisan look at the local elections.

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Zoom’s mural gives a panoramic view of town

Visitors arriving in Hastings by rail are offered a panoramic foretaste of the sights to be seen around town by a collage of views seen through the lens of photographers from the Zoom Arts group. Nick Terdre reports.

St Leonards Pier Plaque Unveiling

Old pier remembered

The site of the now almost-forgotten St Leonards Pier has been highlighted by a display board telling its story in words and pictures. Local historian, Steve Peak had the idea of marking the pier’s site while researching his book A Pier Without Peer on the history of Hastings Pier, published by Peter Owen Publishers.

Number 28 bus meeting

28 bus meeting opens dialogue

The 28 bus campaign had a successful meeting with Stagecoach representatives, Dimitri Bridgeland and Ron Jarvis, local councillors, Tania Charman, Peter Chowney, Judy Rogers and Mike Turner and local bus users on the 19 July at Mendham Hall on the West Hill, Hastings. Although no solution was found to this troubled service, it was felt a dialogue was created enabling the campaign to move forward. Marylyn Edwards writes.

The Peace Wall at the Arndale Centre in Mancheste following the riots in 2011 (photo: Wikimedia Commons/Yohan euan o4).

Hastings honours Manchester bomb victims

A minute’s silence was held in Hastings on Tuesday as a mark of respect for the victims of Monday night’s bomb attack in Manchester. Nick Terdre reports.

County Hall in Lewes.

Tories take three Hastings seats off Labour

Hastings Conservatives did well in yesterday’s county council elections, taking three Hastings seats off Labour – both parties now hold four each in the town. Neither the LibDems nor the Greens threatened to win a seat. Nick Terdre reports.

Getting in the mood: members of the Seaview Choir with Andy T King.

Elvis takes the stage for Seaview Choir

A memorable evening is in store next Saturday, 18 March, when Elvis impersonator Andy T King gives a concert in aid of the Seaview Project’s choir. Nick Terdre reports.

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