Menu
Hastings & St. Leonards on-line community newspaper

Results for the tag: kings road

yella main

Yella off-licence application refused

News that the Yella store in central St Leonards was seeking a licence to sell alcohol aroused widespread protests from local residents. In the event the application failed, as Bernard McGinley reports.

Grays Emporium Photo from Georgina

Art Nouveau building given much needed TLC

Hey there, HOT readers. Generally I don’t promote commercial enterprises in town, writes Zelly Restorick, but this one turned my head and I promised the new owners, Stephanie and Georgina, I would spread the word.

Posted 09:09 Wednesday, Nov 12, 2014 In: Home Ground Tags: , , , ,
Diamond Wolf at the foot of London Road

Diamond anniversary

Exactly one year ago, the Kings Road in St Leonards was made a little bit like Chelsea by the arrival of Susan Diamond’s boutique. To celebrate, she is hosting a ‘Walk on the Wild Side’ exhibition. HOT’s Erica Smith slips on her high-heel sneakers and glittery eye-shadow and asks some pertinent questions…

stlenscentral-main2

New St Leonards store hits the spot

On a lazy summer mooch across town, HOT’s Chris Connelley discovered a new retail treasure at Marine Court.

Ring by Kristina Ploom.

St Leonards on the up

Chris Connelley is UPbeat about UP- and- coming St Leonards, as it prepares to host a major weekend of art and design. Leading the way is UPmarket, a designers’ and makers’ fair at the Baker Mamonova Gallery.

Claremont Studios, King's Rd

Claremont Studios CIC: brand new art space in Kings Road, St Leonards-on-Sea

Claremont Studios CIC has relocated to St Leonards-on-Sea. The new space & inaugural exhibition Découvrir/Discover opened on Friday 1 March 2013 and Xaverine Bates was there to experience the new space.

Posted 14:30 Tuesday, Mar 5, 2013 In: Arts News Tags: , ,
Norman Road by Bob Mazzer

Bob Mazzer at The Kave Gallery

The work of Hastings-based photographer Bob Mazzer has been described as: ‘a myriad view of Britain.  His work reads part social history archive, part homage to the power of nature.’  When asked about his own feelings, he replied:  “Everywhere I live, I like to think of the people around me as my family.  So this is a family album.” HOT reporter Cathy Simpson reviews Bob’s family album…

Fishtank, oil on canvas

Posted 09:04 Monday, Oct 8, 2012 In: Visual Arts Tags: , , , , ,
  • Subscribe to HOT

  • SUPPORT HOT

    HOT is run by volunteers but has overheads for hosting and web development. Support HOT!

    ADVERTISE

    Advertise your business or your event on HOT for as little as £20 per month
    Find out more…

    DONATE

    If you like HOT and want to keep it sustainable, please Donate via PayPal. It’s easy!

    VOLUNTEER

    Do you want to write, proofread, edit listings or help sell advertising? then contact us

    SUBSCRIBE
  • Subscribe to HOT