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Wild Hastings photography exhibition at the station

Wild Hastings features the work of PhotoHastings members Rose Biela, Ian Grant, Marybeth Haas and Andrew Moran and is part of the 2018 PH season of events. Marybeth Haas shares her vision for curating this free and accessible exhibition at Hastings Rail Station on now until 31 January 2019.

TheNature films for April

Nature: a season of films

Every Wednesday, the creatively-inspired pair, Thom Kofoed and Sean Berkeley at St Mary In The Castle, have been organising a Film Night with a Theme – and the Theme for April is NATURE. Tonight’s film is A River Runs Through It, it’s £5 per ticket and you get to watch a good film in a lovely venue. Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 14:52 Wednesday, Apr 6, 2016 In: Film Tags: , , , ,
Drawn to Witness Poster by Emily Johns

Drawn to witness

Celebrate New Year’s Day with the Combe Haven Defenders: come drawing! Bring your drawing books and pencils and meet fellow nature lovers at noon in Hollington Valley.

Moth

Around and about (VIII)

The incredible beauty and wonder of creation. A passing through moth, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick, spending a few breaths of its life at the bottom of my front door, spotted by observant friend and steady handed photographer, Rhian Thomas.

Posted 12:36 Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014 In: Around and about Tags: , , , , ,
Trenches at Combe Haven

Link road not inevitable, says campaigner

Work on the Bexhill to Hastings Link Road (BHLR) is due to start in January 2013 and exploratory trenches are already being dug at the Combe Haven site.  However, for those who feel it isn’t an ideal time in humanity’s history for over £100 million to be spent on a road, there is still time to campaign. HOT’s Zelly Restorick spoke to nationally respected transport and environmental campaigner, John Stewart, who is due to speak at this weekend’s ‘Stop The Road’ rally at Combe Haven.

Waterfall Little Roar

Lost Little Roar rediscovered

A lost temperate rainforest world is soon to be revealed in the heart of Hastings, reports HOT’s Zelly Restorick. Since April, a team of people, paid and volunteer, have been involved in clearing a path through the wilderness to re-discover the lost beauty of Little Roar ghyll, a waterfall in the depths of Alexandra Park. Sibling to the better known Old Roar, Little Roar has been largely inaccessible to any but the most determined of human visitors since the Great Storm of 1987.

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