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Residents’ voice still ignored as bathing pool site plans advance

Hastings Borough Council is pushing ahead with its plans for a large housing development on the former bathing pool site in West St Leonards, unmoved by the continuing efforts of local residents to have a say in what happens in their neck of the woods. Residents are asked to object to the council’s planned disposal of the site and attend the Cabinet meeting next Monday when their petition will be presented. Nick Terdre reports.

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Theatre refurbishment to improve flexibility of venue

The White Rock Theatre (WRT) is to continue a series of full-scale improvements to the interior and exterior of the venue, including the provision for standing at concerts, new lighting for the outside of the building and more. Theatre staff describe what is in store.

Posted 15:13 Monday, Jan 7, 2019 In: Community Arts Tags: , ,
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£800,000 from EU to support Hastings fisheries

Hastings Borough Council has secured £800,000 of EU funding to support applications for fisheries-related projects made through FLAG – the Fisheries Local Action Group. Although the UK is moving closer to Brexit, there is still opportunity to apply for further EU monies. Nick Terdre reports.

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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What’s new at Hastings Museum & Art Gallery

Local views are at the heart of two new exhibitions at Hastings Museum & Art Gallery. The works of Vincent Lines and Evacustes A Phipson show Hastings as it was in earlier times.

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Chowney to stand against Rudd again

Council leader Peter Chowney has been reselected to stand for Labour in the next general election. Nick Terdre reports, photos by Roberts Photographic.

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Herring fair rescheduled for late-running fish

Hastings Herring Fair, now in its sixth edition, has been put back to the weekend of 18 and 19 November to accommodate the late-running fish, the council reports.

Posted 12:58 Tuesday, Nov 7, 2017 In: Food & Drink Tags: , , , ,
mayor of Hastings Cllr Judy Rogers with Brion Purdey of the museum association re-enacting the opening, flanked by a guard of honour provided by the Hastings sea cadets

125 not out

Hastings Museum and Art Gallery’s 125th birthday celebrations were a great success on Wednesday 16 August. It marked 125 years to the day that Hastings’ first public museum opened, on 16 August 1892, with a re-creation of the original opening ceremony at 3.30pm, the exact time the museum was first opened.

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