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Education Futures Trust, winner of the SPARK 2016 award for special recognition.

Achievements of young people’s groups recognised at SPARK awards ceremony

SPARK, the network for young people’s organisations in East Sussex, last week held its annual awards evening, with groups in Hastings and its environs well represented among the prize-winners. Nick Terdre reports.

Seaford Musical Theatre Juniors, winners of the 2014 SPARK award.

SPARK calls for award nominations

SPARK, the network for young’s people’s organisations in East Sussex, is inviting member groups to apply for one of its 2016 awards. Winners will be announced at a ceremony in May, for which the main sponsor is the East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service. Nick Terdre reports.

Mohammed ©Bob Mazzer

From here to there

Photographic Portraits by Brian Rybolt and Bob Mazzer

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Young producers plan St Leonards Festival

Meet Will Baxter, one of the young producers who are responsible for programming this year’s St Leonards Festival. Will grew up in St Leonards and has attended nearly every festival – either as an audience member, on stage or working on one of the stalls. HOT’s Erica Smith asked him why he wanted to get involved behind the scenes this year…

Part of the Family flyer

Part of the Family

This week’s Get a Life takes a peep into a family themed project for young people, hosted by BBC 1Xtra’s hip-hop DJ and producer, Skitz. As part of Small Green Shoots projects, Hastings becomes the host town for one of eight family themed events taking place, supporting young people with family life. Jessica Parker speaks to DJ Skitz and PR to Small Green Shoots Adam Webb in preparation for the event.

Trevor Watts - Dialogues in two places - Veryan Weston www.hi4headrecords.com

Think global – play local!

Not so many people know that Hastings is home to one of the UK’s top jazz improvisers

Francis Rayner - http://francisrayner.com/

Music as beautiful as a picture

If impressionist painting is your love, why not try the tonal paintings of an impressionist music concert? One of Hastings’ most accomplished musicians, pianist Francis Rayner, plays for a select audience with his partner, oboist Susan Hutton, at Respond Academy, Silchester Mews. this Friday 7 June at 7.30pm. It is part of the ‘One of Many Jazz Sessions’ organised by jazz musician Reg Hendrickse at the academy. HOT reporter Chris Cormack interviewed Francis Rayner on his busy life, spanning two cultural worlds and his upcoming concerts.

GirlzWhat!opt

Lucy McEwen from the young people’s organisation Respond Academy tells HOT readers what’s been going on with the new Girlzwhat! group.

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