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Seaview Christmas events

The Seaview Project is the only organisation of its kind locally, supporting people on the margins of society in Hastings and St Leonards and the wider area. With Christmas coming, they have two events coming up: a carol concert and an afternoon of entertainment. You’re very welcome to attend.

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Just to remind you about this gala event, benefitting two compassionate and caring organisations in St Leonards on Sea. All money going to good causes,  the performance will be an uproarious success  – and your support very much appreciated.

Posted 11:16 Tuesday, Apr 3, 2018 In: Performance Tags: , ,
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Concert offers people their Time To Shine

Aware of the transformational power of music, Alison Cooper and Michael Grant from Time To Shine have once again been working with individuals and the choir from The Seaview Project in St Leonards on Sea – and they invite you to attend the finale concert. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asked Alison Cooper about Time To Shine and how music helps people to blossom and evolve. 

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Comic Relief sponsored crowd fund for Seaview

As one of Comic Relief’s core grant holders, Seaview has been offered the challenge that if within 6 weeks they can raise £2,536.50 through an active crowdfunding campaign for a project that they endorse that they will release a matching grant of £2,536.50.

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The Big Sleep free music event

TONIGHT! Friday 22 September 2017. Feel like listening to some free music and checking out The Carbon City, probably under construction as I write this, in preparation for this evening’s Big Sleep, raising funds for and awareness of homelessness – on the increase – and the invaluable work the people at The Seaview Project offer the local community. Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 16:17 Friday, Sep 22, 2017 In: Campaigns Tags: , ,
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Hermit – a life on the margins

Hastings has its own legendary hermit, John Hancox, who lived in a cave in Ecclesbourne Glen for around fourteen years until his death in 1904. Sadly, homelessness is becoming an increasingly important issue in society, and now local community arts organisation, Radiator, has joined forces with the local wellbeing centre, Seaview, to produce a unique event based on John’s life. HOT reporter Cathy Simpson talked to Rebecca Child, who is leading the project along with Mary Hooper and Hilary Turner.

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Museum to host Book Bugs sessions

While the central library is being refurbished, Book Bugs for babies and toddlers is being held at Hastings museum, which also has a varied programme of exhibitions, events and activities lined up for January. Nick Terdre reports.

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Hastings Fat Tuesday Festival 2013

Christmas is a distant memory, spring is some way away, it’s still chilly – but Hastings and St Leonards can look forward to the annual Hastings Fat Tuesday Festival!  Cathy Simpson tells all…. 

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